Tuesday Odds and Ends

By Erik Oster 

-Skol turned to F/Nazca Saatchi & Saatchi and female artists to remake a sexist poster from its advertising past (video above).

-Agencies should hire more part-timers, says Leo Burnett London planning director Christina Lemieux. You don’t even have to give them benefits!

-Various agencies tell Digiday how they’ve been affected by Trump’s “Muslim ban” — sorry, “ban on travel from 6-7 countries that Rudy Giuliani himself said was specifically designed only to affect Muslims.”


-Advertising trade groups want the FCC to roll back privacy laws. But what about ad agency employees?

-The New York office of Australia’s Cummins&Partners has won AOR duties on Innovate Hartford, UNAIDS Together for Girls and Moxy Hotels (a Marriott brand). Also, Australian ad bros are just as angry as our readers!

-Sir Martin thinks maybe the press needs more friends.

-Facebook is closing in on Google as the entity you hate most in the world.

-Digital marketing and e-commerce company Native Commerce launched in-house digital media company Native Commerce Media.

-Creative production company Derby partnered with Robin Stevens of Robin Stevens Reps to expand its Mid-West sales representation.