Weather wise it has been a mixed bag recently, but with a new client and a host of fresh projects, we’ve had plenty on our minds other than the outside temperature.
Two national award wins, a new ecommerce client, and more Pandas loose on the streets give us plenty to talk about this month.
SXSW rocks Texas, Rihanna’s naked hair pictures, Shell sues environmental groups, and Skittle pox spread via ad campaign.
The pre-weekend roundup with Sacha Baron Cohen at the Oscars, Paddy Power’s banned advert, Leeds Guide’s downfall, Manchester v London v Cape Town tweets.
With keynote speeches, youth project work, charitable gestures, and another two award nominations the last four weeks have been hectic as ever.
Britain goes on strike, Samsung mocks the iPhone, US governor humiliated through social media, while Manchester, London, and Edinburgh do battle in the tweets.
Netflix launches in the UK and Ireland next year, bringing with it a bidding war with the likes of LoveFilm and BSkyB for TV and movie rights
Kelly Rowland’s X Factor absence, another great PlayStation advert, a Parisian magazine being burnt to the ground, and Movember are this week’s office talking points.
Westlife split while Stone Roses reunite, Red Bull’s Air Force fly over Hollywood, Orange broadband is “ashamed” of itself, and City trounce United.
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