- Doner awarded Golfsmith AOR.
- PHD wins global media planning for Johnnie Walker Blue after a competitive pitch.
- Mattel, the toymaker, has split with Ogilvy & Mather after half a century and has handed its European ad account to Lola.
- Camelot, the operator of the National Lottery, has awarded Lida a new brief to improve the way it communicates with people who play its lottery and scratch-card games.
- Droga5 Europe has won a global project for Radox, marking the agency's second piece of new business since it launched earlier this year.
- Hasbro consolidates most of its global media with OMD.
- Goodstuff Communications has been awarded the media planning and buying account for the malt loaf brand Soreen.
- Morrisons has hired Tribal Worldwide, London as its digital agency of record, ahead of the launch of its first e-commerce service next year.
- Creature London has deepened its relationship with Silver Spoon, picking up work for Crusha.
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