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Hendrick's captures travellers' eyes, and tantalises their noses, with 'Escape the Conventional'

To brighten up the intersections between underground lines, Hendrick’s worked with Space to create a sensorial takeover of one of London’s busiest underground stations.

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How ghd changed the narrative for women who've survived breast cancer

Telling these women’s stories alongside that of the tattoo artist helping to empower them, helps to raise awareness of what it means to be a survivor of cancer.

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How Brands2Life championed student ambition at Ark Globe Academy

By giving the students a realistic preview of what working in the marketing world is like, Brands2Life are helping to inspire the next generation and to show them that there is more than one dream job out there.

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NatWest tell Freddie’s story to celebrate England’s summer of cricket

Freddie Flintoff bats against himself in NatWest’s celebration of one of cricket’s greats.

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Pearn Kandola, 'Racism at Work' by Bottle

Racism is a pervasive, but often seemingly difficult to spot covert problem in the workplace that not only extends into bullying but can also lead to less fewer offered opportunities and to repercussive effects on employees' mental health.

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WRAP, 'The UK Plastics Pact' by Red Stone

To tackle the excessive use of plastic and stem the damaging and potentially catastrophic effects on our environment WRAP, with support from the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, have introduced the UK Plastics Pact.

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RNLI, '30 things to do by the seaside' by Bright Blue Day

When 60% of kids spend the majority of July and August with their grandparents, appealing to both the ‘young or young at heart’ is a smart strategy for the RNLI.

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Three UK, 'The Switch' by Gravity Road

New Ofcom regulations make it as easy as sending a free text to switch your network provider. Three UK, with a little help from Dame Joan Collins want you to ghost your old partner, and instead choose to 'ditch and switch.'

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Pride London, 'The Pride Jubilee' by BMB

An anniversary campaign like this shines a light on a shared history, telling the stories that we should but often don't know.

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Coca-Cola, '25 Years of Coca-Cola Vietnam' by Dragon Rouge

With the growing focus on the experience economy and the rising awareness of the importance of diversity in marketing, design that resonates, respects and reflects on a local level has never been more important.

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Simple x Little Mix, '#ChooseKindness' by TMW Unlimited

In the myriad of consequences of social media usage on consumers’ collective wellbeing, the impact and prevalence of cyber-bullying is one of the most worrying trends of recent years.

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Bitpanda, 'Global Exchange' by Gramafilm

In an age when the smartphone has fast become many consumers’ significant other, the ability to organise virtually every aspect of life via mobile is a trend which shows no signs of slowing down.

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Bodyform, 'Viva La Vulva' by AMV BBDO

In boldly challenging the taboos that still surround women’s bodies, Bodyform’s 'Viva La Vulva' campaign has proved the power of marketing to smash through long-established stereotypes.

By Nicola Kemp

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Film & Television Charity, 'Smashed?' by Kindred & The Fawnbrake Collective

What is interesting to witness are the number of senior figures within the advertising industry acknowledging that the state of their employee's mental health matters. There has to be more cohesion between an individual's work and their life.

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British Gas, 'Two Sides of the Story' by Ogilvy UK

In the UK today, there are more than 6.5 million unpaid carers looking after a loved one who’s older, disabled or seriously ill. You probably know someone who is one of those people and yet they’ve never let on.

By Izzy Ashton

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