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Agency of the Week: Grey Group

Finding the flow for Lucozade This summer, Grey London is looking to shake up the soft drinks by encouraging consumers to drink Lucozade Energy in situations beyond bone-shattering hangovers (though it really does work a treat in that regard). Grey...

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Cannes Lions 2016 top speaking sessions to get ahead

There's lots to enjoy and soak up at the Cannes Lions festival, so much so that it can all be a little overwhelming. This is especially true when it comes to the various talks happening throughout the week. Here, we've collected a few of the more...

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Top 5 Account Wins of the Week

Jack Morton - Lions Festivals Lions Festivals, the organiser of the Eurobest Festival of European Creativity, appointed global brand experience agency Jack Morton Worldwide to create the opening film and all other moving image content for the...

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London shoppers experience the worlds most widely used toilet

Generally speaking, campaigns based around toilets will often utilise pretty broad humour to get the point across, because we all know, toilets (or at least what happens on them) is usually quite funny (come on, admit it). But a sobering new campaign...

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Agency of the Week: Leo Burnett

Leo Burnett London sends a child to space for the NSPCC Leo Burnett London has launched a new brand campaign for the NSPCC, the first within their rebrand with the new strap line; “Every Childhood is Worth Fighting For.” The campaign is inspired...

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Technology

Is this solar-powered Ecocapsule the future of independent living?

I'm one of those contradictory specimens that loves the idea of camping, but hates actually camping. It's too cold at night, too hot during the day, and about as comfortable as an ill fitting pair of jeans. Even the recent phenomenon known as...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns

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