TitleNot Alone
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Campaign Not Alone
Advertiser Macmillan Cancer Support
Brand Macmillan Cancer Support

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About VCCP

Part of VCCP’s success has come from its longstanding dedication to its ten founding principles. They were established at launch to be the antithesis to all the frustrations the founders had experienced at other advertising agencies. It means we spend less time managing and more time thinking. 

Be Un-precious
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Be Responsible
Great teams take responsibility for each other.

Be On Time
Deliver on time, or earlier.

Be Lean
Small motivated teams achieve the best results.

Be Clear
Its easy to complicate, it's difficult to simplify.

Be Approachable
Listen to whoever wants to speak to you.

Be Happy
Enjoy work.

Be Honest
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Be Fast
Delay is corrosive, energy is infectious. 

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Crazy Peeple


Late last week Peeple, an app for, well, reviewing other people, took the internet by storm…for all the wrong reasons.

The app, which has been described as the ‘Yelp for people’, allows you to rate your friends, family colleagues and anyone else you know based on everything from their professionalism to how good they are at dating. There’s no opt out, either. If someone has your number, they can review and rate you out of 5 stars.

Although Peeple is only in beta, and despite co-founder Julia Cordray’s plans to make it a “100 per cent positive app”, you can probably imagine that its very existence garnered substantial criticism.

With such a controversial purpose at its heart, Peeple spread like wildfire across social media ultimately becoming a trending topic on Twitter. All over the world people were reviewing Peeple (an app for reviewing people). The reaction was overwhelmingly negative with severe criticism based on the obvious possibilities of defamation, online harassment and cyber bullying. The internet stood as one against this newcomer, demanding the founders rethink Peeple’s November launch.

For some critics however, this does not add up, perhaps because a people rating app has been tried (and failed) before. They simply cannot comprehend it and this has led to a number of speculative theories of an elaborate publicity stunt. Whatever Peeple’s intentions it has captured people’s attention. Questions remain as the app has now mysteriously disappeared from the web, adding further fuel to the fire of speculation. Hopefully all will be revealed in due course.

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