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BBDO lost the lead assignment on Gillette after 80 years: P&G moved the account to Grey. Ad Age reports: "A person familiar with the matter pegged global agency revenue on the account at $45 million, which P&G executives declined to comment on. P&G spent $146 million last year in the U.S. alone on measured media for Gillette men's grooming products, according to Kantar Media."
KBS+ started a business school-esque fellowship program in which select employees take a variety of in-class entrepreneurial classes. Even though this provides employees with tools that will make it easier to leave the company, KBS+ thinks that it's worth it. MDC Partners' is considering expanding the program to other agencies in its network, including 72andSunny, CP+B. and Mono.
Burger King is trying to get women to want a Whopper.
It turns out that 70% of brands' Pinterest engagement comes from other people's pins rather than their own.
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