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What? Three times in one week?

We don’t like to beat our own drum, but last week was huge.

Siren Craft Winner | Round 2
(& Runner Up in both Campaign & Craft)

Ralph and Simon

Soothers

Creating a different ad for each day of the week and any topical news stories will get you noticed. But once you add the witty writing of Ogilvy’s Andrew Hankin, engineering wizardry of Song Zu’s Simon Kane, and the vocal chords of Tom Baker, this latest Soothers ad couldn’t fail.

We’re currently working on our ‘drank-too-much-celebrating’ sore throat.

HSBC

As soon as we saw this terrific campaign we knew exactly which terrific actor would do it justice. Thank you John Waters for your dulcet tones and thanks as always to JWT’s Will Edwards for trusting us with your ideas.

Career Change

Unexpected Pregnancy

White Wedding

 

Mumbrella announces Publish Conference featured speakers

Ever wondered what it takes to make a great podcast and actually get it heard? Well, friends, you’re in luck – because Ralph van Dijk has just been announced as a featured speaker in Mumbrella’s Publish Conference.

Podcasts are leading the audio renaissance, with leading publishers and brands leaping at the opportunity to deliver content, and messages, straight into the consumer’s ear. But for every Serial, Bowraville, and The Message, dozens more pass by without notice. Why?

Find out in Ralph’s talk, where he’ll examine the best and most successful podcasts in the world right now, and unpack the elements that make them such a hit. (Or if you can’t make it, you can always call us!)
 

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Ralph’s on the LIA speaker list (Again!?)

Ralph must be doing something right, because he’s just been announced in the impressive line-up of speakers for the 6th annual Creative LIAisons program in Las Vegas, where he’ll be speaking alongside industry legends such as Bob Isherwood, Ted Royer, Amir Kassaei… to name a few.

For those of you who don’t know, creative LIAisons is LIA’s way of giving back. So, instead of putting on a fancy award show, the entire budget goes to organizing this unique event for young creatives. And we’re a fan!

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