CEREAL: GO FROM LIVING ON IT TO SELLING IT… Kellogg’s is just one of the many global brands that we create advertising for at The Foundry, an advertising agency run entirely by grads from within Leo Burnett London. No, really!
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Publicis Groupe announced today the acquisition of the UK and US-based Turner Duckworth, a leading design and branding company that will be part of Leo Burnett. “David and Bruce are wonderful human beings who share our passion for building iconic brands. They, like us, believe that the best brands don’t simply tell a story; they inspire people to act. Our ambition is no less than to be the best brand designers in the world,” said Mark Tutssel, global chief creative officer of Leo Burnett Worldwide.More Info
We’re on the lookout for the talent of tomorrow and are recruiting for our 2014 Work Experience programme now. If you are studying at university, or have recently graduated and are eager to get first-hand experience of adland, whilst being mentored by one of our shining star Account Managers, then click hereto download our application form. Please send your completed form to email@example.com The submission deadline is 8th June 2014. We will be interviewing in June and successful applicants will be offered two weeks work experience between July-September 2014. We look forward to hearing from you!
Following an IPA Gold for 30 Years of Think! Drink Drive, and during a year of great change in government advertising, we thought it was time to look back at the decades of award winning work that we've produced…
Our communications have changed drink-driving behaviour over the course of the last 30 years. The effectiveness of this was recognised in 2012 when we were awarded a Gold IPA Effectiveness Award. Our campaigns have helped save almost 2,000 lives, prevented more than 10,000 serious injuries and created a value to society of £3 billion.Watch
Who could forget the reassuring hands of 'Beryl'? Certainly 89% of the UK couldn't. At the time of this campaign, 6.9m adults lacked basic numeracy skills, many with a fear of failing at maths again. 'Beryl' gave them the confidence to do something about it.Watch
Roads are the single biggest killer of teenagers in the UK. But simply asserting this fact did little to change behaviour. We decided to let teens talk for themselves. This became an advertising first back in 2005, an ad shot by teenagers for teenagers on a mobile. Within two weeks over a third of teens in the UK had seen the ad and said they would think again about road safety.Watch
'Join the team and make a difference' was the rallying cry behind our recruitment campaign for the NHS. "The most successful piece of advertising the public sector had ever seen", so commented The Independent on our series of hauntingly moving films, which really captured what it is like to work as a team to help make someone better.Watch