Govt / Non-Profit marketing
The latest government and non-profit advertising, campaign news, analysis and business insight in the associations/institutions, charity, education, healthcare, political parties and public services sectors
Latest government & non-profit news and analysis
Women's Aid is working with The Minimart to launch its 'Football United Against Domestic Violence' campaign to raise awareness of domestic abuse among football fans ahead of the World Cup.
The Economist and Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO have released a one-off online film paying tribute to the late Nelson Mandela, linking to a selection of articles from its archives.
Emily Somers is appointed Havas Worldwide London's first managing director and Steve Auckland returns to the helm at Metro for the second time, in this week's roundup of people moves in advertising, marketing, media and PR.
The Woodland Trust has won the Plain English Website Award for 2013, which honours organisations committed to using clear communication that can be clearly understood by a wide audience.
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) has released a series of dramatic posters reconstructing images seen by war photographers, to convey the importance of allowing access to healthcare in conflicts.
Advertising industry trade bodies have condemned a bid by the pharma giant GlaxoSmithKline to get its agencies to make "bonus" payments to remain on its roster.
Inferno has won its second Government roster account, picking up the National College for Teaching Leadership (NCTL) recruitment brief.
Arnaud de Puyfontaine leaves Hearst for Vivendi and Wieden & Kennedy London snares a new creative team, in this week's people moves in advertising, marketing, media and PR.
Ofgem, the electricity and gas regulator, is holding a pitch through the Government Procurement Service for an advertising agency.
The Advertising Association is holding an event at the House of Commons this evening (26 November) to promote its Advertising Pays report.
Dom Joly, the comedian, has created two rival characters, Bjorn and Brian, who will lead a social media campaign for Save the Children around its Christmas Jumper Day event on 13 December.
Nato has hired M&C Saatchi to advise it on its communications.
The industry can learn a lot - and take much heart - from the latest Nabs Fast Forward programme, Mark Lund writes.
The Army is seeking agency support in a bid to define its role and win confidence from the public.
Cancer Research UK has hired Dare to its digital roster following a competitive pitch process.
Global Radio's appeal against the Competition Commission ruling that it must sell the bulk of the former GMG Radio stations has been dismissed.
Charity ads don't need to be worthy handwringers that bludgeon our conscience - and doing good can apply to any brief, Nils Leonard argues.
Blue Cross, the animal charity, has hired M&C Saatchi Group to its integrated account following a completive pitch process.
Cancer Research UK has released two online films featuring children appearing to smoke, to promote the charity's call for the Government to legislate for unbranded packaging for tobacco products.
Scope has appointed Grey London and MediaCom ahead of an ad campaign after finding the goodwill created by the London 2012 Paralympics has failed to improve conditions for the disabled.
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