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Creative Godfather Returns To Asia
NEIL French, legendary creative godfather, ultra-achiever and iconoclast (pix), was enticed by publisher Harmander (Ham)Singh to emerg...
30 Jul 2014
Ted Does The Wakudoki
Do Malaysian creatives do better when they work overseas? It appears so, with the slew of awards Malaysians like Ronald Ng, Seong, and...
30 Jul 2014
Dentsu Malaysia Moves Up As Three Join From S&S
Announcing the addition of a new team to oversee the agency’s Japanese portfolio, Dentsu Malaysia appoints Corrie Wong Abdullah as Sen...
30 Jul 2014

David Sin Leaves Grey KL

Group ECD David Sin leaves Grey Kuala Lumpur after 6 years. He joined Grey in 2008 after a stint at Y&R Shanghai. A longtime multi-award winning creative in Malaysia, David has served on international juries for numerous Creative and Effectiveness awards.
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Happier Hari Raya Ads

It would seem that Malaysians have finally gotten over making depressing Hari Raya ads à la Bernas and instead have turned around to cultivate humour and happiness into the ads, whilst still retaining strong themes of family, forgiveness and nostalgia in our signature ‘kampung’ background.
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Explosive Hari Raya Greetings, From McCann

When was the last time you received an actual greeting card? In today’s society where our mobile phones have become extensions of ourselves, we usually receive festive wishes in the form of a message left for us on a social media or instant messaging platform. So much for sentiment.
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Celcom Beefs Up Its Ranks

Fresh off their win of the the Prime Minister Award for Human Resources Excellence (Private Sector) and the 1Malaysia Employer Award (GLC) 2014, Malaysian telco provider; Celcom Axiata Berhad are pushing forward on their pledge to be the nation’s “most preferred employer” by beefing up their corporate and management talent pool.
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