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Five lessons from Andrew Cracknell's talk on The Real Mad Men

Andrew Cracknell, the former Bates UK executive creative director who began his career as a copywriter at CDP in the 1960s, was at Shoreditch House last night, regaling an audience of young creatives with tales of the advertising revolution of the 19...

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A List submissions to close on 29 August

The UK's most senior advertising and media executives have until next Friday (29 August) to submit their responses to The A List.

 

Marc Nohr to leave Regus

Marc Nohr, the founder of Kitcatt Nohr, has resigned from his role as global brand director at the serviced office company Regus.

 

Trading Places: this week's people moves

Neil Munn is promoted to global chief executive at Bartle Bogle Hegarty and Samsung hires McLaren Automotive's James Keady as its UK digital head, in this week's round-up of people moves in advertising, marketing and media.

 

Why Domino's renewed its sponsorship of The X Factor app

Kay Tasker, the group business director at Arena, explains why the Arena client Domino's renewed its sponsorship of The X Factor app.

 

Trading Places: this week's people moves

Gwyn Jones steps down as global chief executive of Bartle Bogle Hegarty and Mark Hollinshead resigns as chief operating officer at Trinity Mirror, in this week's round-up of people moves in advertising, marketing and media.

 

What brands can do when their sports stars crash out

After Mo Farah pulled out of the Commonwealth Games, Jeremy Hart, the managing director of Inc Content, says clever content can prevent brand backers reaching the end of the road when their star is out of the competition.

 

Yorkshire Tea celebrates Yorkshire Day with Mel B cake

Yorkshire Tea has celebrated Yorkshire Day today by re-creating the head of Mel B, the former Spice Girl, in cake.

 

Campaign's top 20 most read news in July

Take a look at Campaign's top 20 most read news stories in July, which you might have missed.

 

Noel Fielding: Adland's loss, comedy's gain

As the second series of Noel Fielding's Luxury Comedy gets under way, Joan Ellis, the author, copywriter and advertising lecturer gives her view on what might have been.

 

Richard Dunmall: 'It's a good day for the future of the radio industry'

On the day Rajar results show that 36.8% of radio listening in the UK is now happening via a digital device, Bauer Media's group managing director of advertising, Richard Dunmall believes its time to celebrate.

 

8 things I learnt as an IPA ad student

I recently joined hundreds of young people just starting out in the ad industry and graduating from the Institute of Practitioners in Advertising's Foundation Certificate. Here are some of the top eight things I learnt.

 

Agencies need to be more creative about creativity

Tim Leake, the former global creative innovation director at technology education company Hyper Island and the SVP of growth and innovation at California-based RPA, argues that agencies need to be "more creative" about creativity.

 

TalkTalk attracts 1.1m customers and joins Thinkbox

TalkTalk, the TV, broadband, mobile and home phone provider, has attracted 1.1 million customers to its pay-TV service, after adding 185,000 in its last quarter.

 

LinkedIn buys B2B marketing service Bizo for $175m

LinkedIn, the world's biggest online professional network service, has acquired a marketing services specialist Bizo for a reported deal valued around $175 million (£103m).

 

AOL UK goes fully programmatic

AOL UK is claiming an industry "milestone" after making all of its online advertising available to be traded programmatically this week.

 

Omnicom reports 7% rise in pre-tax profit in Q2

Omnicom Group, home to BBDO, DDB Worldwide and Omnicom Media Group, has reported a 7 per cent rise in pre-tax profits to $514.7 million for the second quarter, on the back of recovering ad markets and strong organic growth.

 

Dave Trott: Academic Advertising

Advertising is now taught as an academic subject.

 

Bravery doesn't exist in advertising

Simon Labbett, the founder and creative director at Hometown London, questions whether bravery is ever an appropriate buzzword for the ad industry.

 

The MAA view on the IPA Bellwether Report

Scott Knox, the managing director of the Marketing Agencies Associations, gives his view on the IPA Bellwether report.

 

Trading Places: this week's people moves

Wieden & Kennedy London hires creatives Danielle Noël and Thom Whitaker, and Steve Auckland becomes CEO of The Independent and Evening Standard operations, in this week's roundup of people moves in advertising, marketing and media.

 
 

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