|Title||"Here's To Big Bear"|
|Agency||Havas Worldwide London|
|Production Company||Park Pictures|
|Campaign||Here's to Real Friends|
|Business Sector||Subscribers Only|
|Type||Television & Cinema|
|Editing Company||Wh.....use P..t Subscribers Only|
|Post Production||..C Subscribers Only|
|Creative Director||M..k M....ey Subscribers Only|
|Copywriter||R....ll Sc....er Subscribers Only|
|Copywriter||Mr. Ben Clapp|
|Director||J....im B..k Subscribers Only|
|Production Company Producer||..m Ke....on Subscribers Only|
|Cinematography||Mr. Sebastian Blenkov|
|Executive Producer||S....en Br....ey Subscribers Only|
|Agency Producer||J...e S...on P...s Subscribers Only|
|Editor||Mr. Russell Icke|
|Music||P...R R....RN Subscribers Only|
We foster meaningful long-term relationships with our clients, our employees and our community. That’s why we’re committed to what we term “Better Futures” – maximising the positive impact we make for all stakeholders. We are the only agency network to have created our own CSR platform.
We are the first and only agency to integrate PR and advertising in one agency and one P&L. Alongside digital, social media, channel, retail and SEO - we have literally and metaphorically pulled down the walls between departments to guarantee that clients get the best possible combination of blended content.
We have planning and strategy at our core and are only happy when our creative work works – be it for a young start up company or an established and large scale FMCG business.
We evolve brand connections from being solely about promise to delivering a brand purpose. A purpose. A true calling. It can be saving the world, or saving five minutes.
We look beyond the product or service a brand offers in order to deliver on human principles. That's where we find a brand's meaning, its valuable role to play in people's lives.
Feb. 12, 2015--Campaign UK
Havas is set to hire Chris Hirst, the chief executive of Grey London, for the same role at Havas Creative Group in the UK and Europe.
In his new role Hirst will be responsible for all the Havas creative agencies, both in Europe and the UK. All the local leaders, including the UK co-managing partners of Club Havas, Martin Brooks and Daniel Floyed, will report to him.
The Havas creative agencies include Havas Worldwide, the newly rebranded Helia network and Cake.
Hirst will report to Andrew Benett, the global chief executive of Havas Worldwide and Havas Creative Group.
Grey has gone through a revival in recent years and was named Campaign’s advertising network of the year in 2014. Last week it picked up the Vodafone account from sister shop Rainey Kelly Campbell Roalfe/Y&R.
Ahead of Hirst’s departure, Grey has promoted Lucy Jameson, the chief strategy officer at Grey London, to UK chief executive.
Hirst has been the chief executive of Grey since 2009, and was the managing director of the agency for six years before that. Earlier in his career he worked at Bartle Bogle Hegarty and Fallon London.
Last month Havas brought together Work Club, the digital agency it bought last year, and its London ad agency in a new structure called Club Havas. The changes led to the departure of Russ Lidstone, the Havas Worldwide London chief executive.
Club Havas is run by Brookes, the joint chief executive of Havas World Club, and Floyed, the global brand director of Havas Worldwide London, as co-managing partners.
Jameson moved to Grey London as its chief strategy officer in June 2012. She was previously the executive strategy director at DDB UK.
Havas was unavailable for comment.
This article was first published on campaignlive.co.uk