Jeremy Lee picks Uncommon's debut work for Ovo Energy.
The Moneysupermarket.com review and Marc Pritchard's intervention at ISBA Conference shows how blaming agencies is always the easy option.
Gravity Road has sold a 51% stake to You & Mr. Jones, the group founded by the former Havas chief executive David Jones, for an undisclosed sum.
You'd think that the creation of yet another division would be the last thing WPP needs.
Daniel Fisher, the executive creative director of Martin London, has left the Interpublic-owned agency.
Grey London is partnering with its sister WPP-owned production company Hogarth to launch Town Productions, an in-house resource designed to manage all elements of its clients' production.
Specsavers is usually the pin-up for in-house advertising.
Bartle Bogle Hegarty has promoted Karen Martin to managing director, shifting her predecessor Adam Arnold into the new role of global chief marketing officer.
With the National Lottery pretty much occupying a sector of its own, you can be guaranteed that most agencies in town will be throwing their hats into the ring now that Camelot has put it up for pitch.
Lida has hired Rapp's Ben Golik as chief creative officer, replacing Trefor Thomas who left in December.
This year's A List may be characterised by a sense of seriousness but, luckily, adland's elite are still prepared to laugh at themselves as they spill the beans on their most annoying - and sometimes even revolting - habits.
Sarah Ellis, the former head of marketing strategy at Sainsbury's, is joining Gravity Road as managing director.
Lola MullenLowe has won the advertising account for Unilever's PG Tips tea brand after a competitive pitch.
Paul Green, the man credited with launching the UK's first media independent, MBS, has died.
As moments in advertising history go, the passing of CHI & Partners and its subsequent rebirth as The & Partnership London might not be among the most earth-shattering.
Patrick Collister, the former executive creative director and vice-chairman of Ogilvy & Mather, is leaving his job at Google.
UK advertising spend in the third quarter of 2017 rose 3.5% year-on-year to reach £5.4bn - the 17th consecutive of market growth, according to figures from the Advertising Association and Warc.
Go Ultra Low, the joint government and motoring industry initiative to promote sales of electric vehicles, is looking for an agency to handle its advertising account.
CHI & Partners has today rebranded as The & Partnership London in a move the agency claims underlines its focus on innovative and data-driven work.
On the same day that J Walter Thompson London was trying to sell in to Campaign research about the attitudes of "Elastic Women" (women aged over 50), reports were beginning to emerge of the experiences of a different, rather younger, group of women.