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Bossa Welcomes New Business Development Manager Kelly Krischik

Bicoastal integrated production company Bossa is pleased to welcome Kelly Krischik as Business Development Manager. Krischik, based out of the New York office, brings over 12 years of industry experience, and a deep-rooted love of the creative sales process. In this newly formed role, her primary goal will be to find opportunities and synergies for Bossa, directly with brands and creative agencies.

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Beagle Street Releases Pounds in Bristol

The culmination of a social media campaign which asked members of the public to vote on which city the Beagle Street Pounds would visit next, these intrepid pups were seen in Bristol earlier last week.

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Dominos launches Domi-NO-driver delivery service.

Every feel really guilty when you in a perfect storm of lazy and bad weather decide to order a Dominos pizza, and that poor delivery guy has to trek through the snow and up your stairs to deliver it? Fear no more, as Dominos Pizza has invented the driver-less delivery, a.k.a. Domi-No-driver. Inspired by Googles self-driving vehicles and their own drone deliveries with the DomiCopter, Domino’s introduces the “Domi-No-Driver” – the world’s first driverless pizza delivery vehicle.

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RKCR/Y&R announce agency rebrand to put Mark Roalfe's initial first

As seen in campaign, RKCR/Y&R will be going through a rebrand.

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Crispin Porter + Bogusky London launches new product; Elephant Milk

CP&B are launching a new product, soon found in a grocery store aisle near you: Elephant Milk, real milk from real wild elephants.
 

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Josh Soskin art exhibit: An Unemcumbered Life

Last night I had the pleasure of attending the opening of filmmaker and photographer Josh Soskin's exhibit called Untitled Underwear Project: Portraits Of An Unemcumbered Life in Los Angeles. More specifically, Venice, at Windospace.

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Univoca App. The first South Korean-North Korean Translator

When people think of North Korea the first thing that comes to mind after mass starvation and cult of personality leaders is the fact it's been isolated from the rest of the word for more than half a decade. The implications of this are wide ranging, but perhaps most interesting is that the Korean language has changed since the separation of the two countries. As a result, North Korean defectors often find themselves in their homeland but unable to speak the language.

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Burger King releases Whopper mens perfume (again)

Remember firemeetsdesire in 2008? No? Then perhaps you recall Piers Morgan doing his best Burt Reynolds stretching out nude on a fur selling firemeetsdesire in 2009? Okay, fine, it's all brand new to you, so here's the deal; Burger King Japan are making a 'Flame-Grilled' fragrance, for reals, including the seductive perfume ads to go with it.

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DNA Signs Award-Winning British Director Robert Hales

DNA is pleased to announce the addition of award-winning music video and commercial director Robert Hales.

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Starbucks wants to talk about race - #NewStarbucksDrinks hijacks conversation

Starbucks are running the above ads in the New York Times and USA Today, and are encouraging their baristas to discuss race with customers by writing "race together" on the starbucks cups.

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