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This month at media bounty

We’ve put together a rapid round-up of this month’s biggest news to give you a peek at what’s been happening in the Media Bounty office. Expect some new faces, shiny trophies and a trip to the beach. 

Business: New Clients and Work in the Wild

We’re delighted to highlight some of our newest work, from client releases to new members of the MB family.  

Joining our brand portfolio are Dr Organic and South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust 

Dr Organic are an organic, cruelty free health and beauty brand for those who want to make a difference in their day-to-day. Our teams delivered strategic proportion for two creative routes, creative development, a full media plan and content for YouTube and Instagram. 

South London and Maudsley Foundation Trust provide a vast range of vital mental health and addiction services to a community of just under 2 million people. Our team delivered creative and strategy for their social channels to amplify their messages and help them reach people in need.  

Our media team have been creating a buzz around town- Buzz Lightyear to be exact, promoting Hyperoptic’s lightning-fast broadband. Check out our work in the wild.  

Awards: It might be time for a bigger shelf...

We couldn’t be prouder to announce some shiny new additions to the office.  

Our newest win was a Chip at the Drum Chip shop awards, for ‘best vandalism of an existing ad’. We took Addidas’ controversy-baiting sports bra ad and pivoted it for Breast Cancer support.   

Co-Founder Jake Dubbins was awarded a 40 over 40 Award by campaign, for his work in revolutionising the advertising industry. 

Our COP 26 campaign with IRIS has earnt us a Purpose Award, and a silver Outdoor Media Award!  

It might be time for a bigger shelf.   

People: Some new additions to the MB Family

A very warm welcome to our newest team members: Powerhouse creative team Monica Kulkarni and Divya Nenwani, Marketing Executive Alicia Upton and Media Assistant Ben Switzer.  

Planet: Anyone fancy a slice?

Determined to start our summer social in style, our team grabbed their litter pickers and headed down to Brighton beach. 

Top finds included: tent poles, a victoria sponge and a couple of reporters from Brighton’s leading paper, the Argus. 

COO Emma Tozer got chatting about the issue, and the responsibility businesses have in cutting down the problem.  

Take a look at the article for some insightful comments from Emma and some glamorous shots of the team. 

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