BBH & The Marine Conservation Society Encourage People To Donate Their Guilt

This week sees the launch of a new campaign by the Marine Conservation Society (MCS) and BBH inviting people to donate to the UK’s leading marine charity every time they forget their reusable bags, bottles and coffee cups. MCS wants people across the UK to remember never to leave home without their reusable mugs and bags, rather than buying single-use plastic which then ends up in our ocean. The campaign, created by BBH on a pro-bono basis, will run across social media and on billboards across the UK including Westfield…

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At BBH’s Beautiful Minds Bootcamp, Aspiring Strategists Take On Breast Cancer Awareness

It’s not easy to inspire women to perform breast self-exams for cancer —something no one wants to think about.   To keep women motivated, the nonprofit Get in Touch Foundation created the Daisy Wheel mobile app, which teaches women how to perform the exams.  This weekend, the foundation received support from a group of aspiring advertising strategists at BBH’s seventh annual Griffin Farley Search for Beautiful Minds competition.  Founded in honor of Farley, a BBH strategy director whom the agency lost to cancer in 2013, the program is a hybrid planning…

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Food Foundation launch new Ad Competition for Peas Please Campaign

Legendary advertising creative and Bartle Bogle Hegarty co-founder Sir John Hegarty has launched a competition with food think tank The Food Foundation aimed at persuading children across the UK to eat more veg. Creative agencies, advertising and design studentsare invited to submit creative poster ideas which could be turned into a range of marketing materials aimed at getting children to eat their greens. The short-listed creatives will get a chance to meet Sir John on the day of judging and the winning entry will feature in the Drum and have…

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Tesco becomes first UK retailer to cover the cost of VAT on tampons

Tesco has today announced it will reduce the price of women’s sanitary products in a bid to make them more affordable for customers. The initiative, spearheaded by BBH London, will see a five per cent reduction in price to cover the cost of the so-called ‘Tampon Tax’ or VAT on the items ahead of Government proposals to remove the VAT. It will apply to nearly 100 Tesco own label and branded products in the range. Tesco previously committed to passing on the five per cent saving to customers when the…

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