June 2006
Campaign;6/23/2006, Issue 25, p48
Trade Publication
This article presents several news items related to advertising. Shaun McIlrath, the Heresy founder, is leaving his current post as the creative director at VCCP to launch a start-up. McIlrath will be joined by his partner, the art director Andy Taylor, in the venture. Norwich Union Healthcare has shortlisted three agencies to pitch for its direct marketing account. Partners Andrews Aldridge and Kitcatt Nohr Alexander Shaw will compete against the incumbent, Bright, for the business. Save the Children is holding talks with direct agencies as part of an evaluation exercise.


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