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Technology

Time Out launches daily ‘best of the city’ briefings on Amazon Alexa

Leading global media and entertainment brand Time Out has teamed up with Amazon to launch the Time Out Flash Briefings skill for Amazon Alexa. These are the first daily briefings about the three best things to do in NYC, LA, Chicago and London -...

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Social Media

David Bowie Stamps launched into space by Royal Mail

LIDA has partnered with Royal Mail to develop a competition delivered through social media to support the launch of a new collection of special stamps to honour the late David Bowie that went on sale this week. The ten-stamp set features six images...

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Advertising

The handcrafted IKEA direct mail campaign from LIDA

Award-winning digital and direct marketing agency, LIDA has announced the launch of IKEA Handcrafted, its latest direct mail campaign, for Swedish Furniture retailer IKEA. Tasked with helping IKEA build a stronger relationship with members of the...

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Features

Behind The Scenes Of The Mail Rail Experience

September has been a fun and frantic month of historical period filming here at Centre Screen, as production continues on The Postal Museum’s Mail Rail Experience. During four days at Malcolm Ryan Studios in Wimbledon, we filmed over 20 actors...

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News

Be the first to know with Creativepool Daily News & Inspiration

Find Enlightenment. Each one of us is different, which is why customisation and personalisation have been at the forefront of our minds. Starting on Monday 17th of July, you will be receiving a new innovative weekly email. The Lastest News &...

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Design

Royal Mail gets biblical this Christmas

Winter's silver lining is dawning on us once again, and brands are wasting no time getting in on the action, not least Royal Mail, who are arguably as vital a part of the UK Christmas season as lukewarm mulled wine and tangled lights. Every November...

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Design

Royal Mail step through the looking glass

To celebrate the 150th anniversary of Lewis Carroll's classic children's story, Royal Mail has launched a set of Alice in Wonderland stamps from designer Jason Godfrey (of Godfrey Design fame) and illustrator Grahame Bakersmith. There are ten stamps...

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Design

Royal Mail discover the third dimension

Royal Mail appear to have noticed that 3D printing is quite a big deal at the moment, and have jumped on the bandwagon with a new scheme that will allow customers to order 3D printed items directly from the company's Central London delivery offices...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Features

Why did Murdoch's Daily iPad 'newspaper' fail?

by Magnus Shaw. Do you read The Daily? Unless you own an iPad style tablet you probably don't. Even if you do, you won't for very much longer. The Daily is a digital newspaper, published by Rupert Murdoch, available on tablets and closing any day...

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Advice

Opinions- Are client amends a daily kick in the teeth?

by John Fountain If there's one thing that creative people and account handlers have in common it is that neither are telepathic, telekinetic or have the power to read minds. Yet it seems many clients think otherwise. Work that has been carefully...

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Advertising

Top 10 Hires of the Week

Engine (Fuel) Engine has hired Will Lowe (left) to lead Fuel, its marketing data and analytics consultancy, and promoted former CEO Charles Ping (right) to the new position of Chairman as the company targets further UK and international growth. Lowe...

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Advertising

Top 10 Ads of the Week: Hodor holds the door at KFC and other stories

BBH - KFC With the new series of Game Of Thrones just a couple of weeks away, MindsEye director Ben Taylor steps forward to help you relive one of the most heartbreaking scenes from the show. Working through BBH London, the spot sees Hodor (played...

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Advertising

M&S get radical with new campaign from Grey

Marks & Spencer (M&S) is urging the nation to “spend it well” in a new brand campaign that marks a “radical departure” from its previous marketing. The work is the first from M&S since it ended its 16-year relationship with...

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Entertainment

2017 Natwest everywoman Awards Open For Entries

The NatWest everywoman Awards celebrates the UK’s brightest female entrepreneurs, from innovative start-ups to established multi-million-pound organisations and will this year celebrate its 15th anniversary. During this time it has become a...

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Advertising

Is 'Stop Funding Hate' a force for good?

In 2016, the lines between many progressive and intolerant ideals are beginning to blur at an unprecedented rate. Consider the marches currently taking place up and down the (somewhat ironically-named at this point) United States right now. These are...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Advertising

Account Wins of the Week

Brand & Deliver - Workshare Brand & Deliver has won a hotly contested 5-way pitch to design and implement a series of marketing campaigns for Workshare, the leaders in document security and comparison software. These campaigns, to run throughout...

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Advertising

The REAL reason why David Hasselhoff dropped the Hassel

Australia's fourth largest telco, Amaysim, has revealed the reason behind the recent announcement by American TV acting legend, David Hasselhoff, that he was changing his name to “David Hoff.” The news managed to dupe many major...

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Advertising

Lord Alan Sugar at FOM15 On Advertising

Though he might be more famous as an icy television personality these days thanks to his annual appearance on BBC One's The Apprentice as a stereotypical curmudgeon doling out advice to an increasingly infuriating batch of guileless narcissists...

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Advertising

Account Wins of the Week

TBWA\Group Singapore – NTUC TBWA\Group Singapore has been appointed as the strategic branding and creative partner for both NTUC Enterprise Co-operative Limited (“NTUC Enterprise”) and NTUC FairPrice Co-Operative (“NTUC FairPrice”). Ara...

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Advertising

The New York Times shifts to "Paid Post" for London

The New York Times announced yesterday that its innovative creative marketing agency T Brand Studio, will be expanding to London, offering international clients access to its content marketing services expertise and award-winning “Paid...

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Advertising

Cannes Lions 2015: Instagram Highlights Day 4

It’s all about the winning at Cannes Lions today. And The Kardashians, apparently. Kim took over the Daily Mail boat party and Instagram has gone bonkers. But that’s not to forget all those Lions that are finding new homes in some of the...

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Social Media

Something extraordinary has happened...

Something extraordinary has happened to me. Not a new brand of tea bag I rather like, but something properly extraordinary. As you'll know, almost a week ago, armed men stormed the offices of the French magazine Charlie Hebdo; shooting and killing...

Posted by: Magnus Shaw
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Features

Why the news is always bad.

Earlier this year, Jeremy Paxman suggested some editions of Newsnight should simply inform the viewing audience there was nothing much to talk about, before rolling the closing credits. Knowing Paxo, he was probably just being provocative, or even...

Posted by: Magnus Shaw
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News

L'Wren Scott and the battle for creative identity.

This week we all heard the sad news that fashion designer L'Wren Scott was found hanged in an apparent suicide in her New York apartment on Monday. Although a successful fashion designer in her own right and professional model before this, Scott's...

Posted by: Jessica Hazel
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Inspiration

The cupcake gambit. Annoying people as an advertising strategy.

Back in the eighties, I worked for a radio station which ran a campaign for a double glazing firm. This campaign never actually ended. Like those sofa sales, it just continued year in, year out. The ads were very straightforward, consisting of little...

Posted by: Magnus Shaw
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News

Unlucky for some. How 2013 let me down.

For all its joys and thrills, fun and frolics, 2013 still managed to deposit a substantial quantity of manure into our desperate existence. So, as 2014 crashes unbidden into our lives, let us exorcise the demons which threatened to engulf us this...

Posted by: Magnus Shaw
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News

Not 4U? How seventeen people put Channel 4 in OFCOM's bad books.

Channel 4 is in trouble with Ofcom. Not for a programme or an advertisement, but the juxtaposition of the two. The broadcasting regulator says the station broke their code on 26th December 2012 when they ran a commercial which gave the impression it...

Posted by: Magnus Shaw
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Features

Toy Story remade

by Jessica Hazel. A long long time ago, when I was about 12 years old, I decided to copy out my favourite book on my typewriter, trace all the illustrations and put it back together in a lever arch file. The book was 'A Teenage Worriers Guide To...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Features

The shape of things to come. Highly (in)accurate predictions for 2013.

by Magnus Shaw. Very little is certain in this life, but the mad rush of predictions for the year ahead is a rock on which we can depend in the awkward gap between Christmas and New Year. Unfortunately, most of them will be wildly inaccurate - with...

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Inspiration

CP Loves... Berlin's East Side Gallery

by Ashley Morrison Understandably, a lot of people hate graffiti, mainly because it takes the form of the pointless defacement of public or private property with little more than large and ugly "tags," carried out by people who are - usually -...

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Inspiration

Trailblazers: Celebrities that look like mattresses

by Jessica Hazel As any Englishman will tell you, life in London is no bed of roses. Virgin tourists stepping off the plane for the Olympics will soon discover that the streets are not lined with gold but in fact, old smelly mattresses. Second only...

Posted by: Creativepool

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