VCCP has won the title of Campaign's Advertising Agency of the Year, while MediaCom has picked up Media Agency of the Year and Lida has been awarded the title of Customer Engagement Agency of the Year.
Snapchat, the time-restricted photo messaging service, has raised a further $50m from investors, despite never having turned a profit.
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Father Christmas made a comeback on magazine covers this year with his first appearance on the front of Radio Times since 2009, when he was banished as a "symbol of indulgence" during tight times.
Evian's "baby & me" film was the most popular video ad of 2013 in the UK, according to YouTube, followed by ads from John Lewis and Three.
From Paddy Power's ill-advised recruitment of Dennis Rodman as a world peace envoy, to the horsemeat scandal which enveloped the UK's retailers, Marketing recounts the biggest mishaps of 2013.
Sotheby's has appointed MasterCard's top global marketer Alfredo Gangotena to the position of chief marketing officer .
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Reckitt Benckiser, the global consumer goods company, is reviewing the creative advertising arrangements for three of its biggest brands, Finish, Air Wick and Clearasil.
Spotify, the music-streaming service, has expanded its advertising-funded free service to all devices.
Mother is sending Russian nesting dolls, painted in the likeness of gay British icons, to staff at The Kremlin and the Russian embassy as part of the agency's annual Christmas stunt.
DigitasLBi has won a five-way pitch to create a strategy and a series of integrated campaigns for Barclays Wealth and Barclays International Banking.
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