30th July 2009
Aunt Bessie’s have appointed us as creative agency to work across the brand portfolio. The family run frozen food company will be investing an additional £1m over the coming year as one of the brands that has weathered the recession extremely well.
VCCP’s first project will launch in the autumn and will focus on Aunt Bessie’s core heartland products of Yorkshire Puddings and Roast Potatoes.
24th July 2009
Aleksandr has now passed the half a million mark with his Facebook friends. As well as this, Aleksandr found himself as a full page feature on page 3 of Metro last week. His rise to the celebrity a-list appears to be unstoppable. Check out his and Sergei's new bloopers edit here.
23rd July 2009
We have created a new campaign for The Lord’s Taverners that will feature across various media channels this summer, capitalising on the renewed interest in cricket that The Ashes series creates.
The Lord’s Taverners is one of the UK’s leading youth sports and disability charities and the official charity of recreational cricket, and gives around £2.5m every year aimed at disadvantaged young people and those with disabilities
17th July 2009
We've just launched a new campaign for Muller Healthy Balance. The campaign is part of a major push to get people eating more yoghurt at breakfast time. Breakfast is now the heathiest meal of the day as people increasingly understand the importance of eating well. Our new work positions the yoghurt as 'the perfect way to start a feel good day'.
6th July 2009
Take a look at Aleksandr's new fabulous work here. Who knew that meerkats were such talented puppeteers? A slightly exasperated Aleks explained: "New ad will let peoples know about my meerkat business, not other website, Comparethemarket.com, which is for humans searching for cheap deals on their car insurance."
6th July 2009
After a 3 month pitch process and a final head-to-head with DDB, McDonald's have announced that we will be looking after their employer branding comm's.
This will mark the first time McDonald’s UK has moved away from a traditional recruitment advertising agency and is a clear indication of the importance the company places on building its reputation as a good employer.
Jez Langhorn, Head of Talent and Education at McDonald’s UK, said; “After what was a very thorough pitch process we are excited to be working with VCCP and are confident they will continue the progressive and eye-catching work that we have already done in the area of employer brand and recruitment.”