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McDonald’s emoji campaign picks up gold at the 2015 Campaign Big Awards.

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….And 2 silvers at Epica 2015 too.

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The new Milky Way ‘Sorry’ radio campaign proves as successful as last years, winning ‘Best Campaign’ at the 2014 Radio Mercury Awards for the second year running.

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Yet more bling for Milky Way radio.
Two silvers, and two bronzes at the LIA’s.

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Milky Way radio wins again. This time silver x2 at The One Show 2014.

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‘Work It Kitty!’ just got nominated at the 2014 Webbys.

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Wha-hey! Bronze Cannes Lion in Film category for Skittles as best campaign.

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Proud to say we won a Silver Cannes Lion tonight for our Milky Way ‘Sorry’ campaign, as well as a Bronze Lion for ‘Wife’ in best script writing.

Not only that, we also collected another Bronze for our Walls Ice Cream ‘First Aid For Kids’ campaign.

Chuffed. To. Bits.

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The Milky Way ‘Sorry’ radio campaign picks up another award.
Only fourteen radio commercials made it into the 2014 annual, and this was one of them.

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A Lot Of Work For Charity

A selection of charitable work we’re most proud of.

Above, a poster reminding smokers that they’re not just killing themselves, they’re killing those around them too.

Next up, a Gold winning Creative Circle anti-drink drive campaign that ran in motoring magazine Exchange & Mart.

PHOTOGRAPHER: Conor Masterson

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A campaign encouraging activists to join Friends Of The Earth and get behind the climate change cause. Another entry into the D&AD annual.

PHOTOGRAPHER: David Harrington

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An anti-smoking message for Public Health England, targeting smokers with New Years resolutions on January 1st.

As drinking increases during major football tournaments, so does drink-driving. The road safety charity Brake wanted to do something about it.

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