Q Would leaving EU be bad for adland?

February 2013
Campaign;2/1/2013, p13
Trade Publication
The article focuses on economic relationship between Great Britain and Europe in the wake of upcoming general elections. It highlights the speech of British prime minister David Cameron in which he states that being the part of European Union can change relationship between the two lands in terms of labor. Views of various heads of advertising agencies including Moray MacLennan of M&C Saatchi, Nick Kendall of Bartle Bogle Hegarty, and Toby Hoare of JWT Europe are presented.


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