A TAMPON STRING IS NOT A SHOCK TACTIC TO DEBUNK TABOOS. ‘THIS GIRL CAN’ IS ALL ABOUT REAL LIFE.

First published in More About Advertising, ENGINE Sport & Brand Experience’s MD Lisa Parfitt talks about the third instalment on the #THISGIRLCAN campaign.

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DISRUPTING THE DISRUPTORS – COMPETITION IS HOTTING UP IN THE SPORTS OTT ARENA

At ENGINE, our Content Practice focuses on two specialist disciplines. Continue on to find out what these are…

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CONTROVERSIAL CONOR MCGREGOR RETURNS TO THE UFC

This Saturday sees UFC superstar, ‘The Notorious’ Conor McGregor, return to the cage for the first time since 2018 to face fan favourite, Donald ‘Cowboy’ Cerrone. Have a read of this article to read all about the controversy and his return…

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A YEAR AHEAD

First published in Campaign, CEO of ENGINE Creative Ete Davies talks about the year ahead. Allow necessity to be the mother of invention…

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THE NEXT YEAR IN ADVERTISING

First published in It’s Nice That, ENGINE Creative’s CEO Ete Davies talks about what he thinks will happen this year in advertising.

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THE BANK OF ANTANDEC

The 4th January marks the launch of Santander’s latest instalment in its Bank of Antandec series. Created by ENGINE and launched in June 2019, the Bank of Antandec platform delivered record-breaking branding scores for Santander last summer, including the highest uplift in ad awareness of any brand in the UK.

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THE CHERRY ON TOP

2019 has been a record-breaking year in women’s sport. Read all about it here…

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A LOOK BACK ON 2019

2019 has been a massive year for ENGINE. We’ve changed shape. We’ve upgraded our website. We’ve welcomed fresh talent. We’ve got a new look and a new voice. We made Robert De Niro an offer he couldn’t refuse and we showed Antandec how banks are done. We’ve done some stunning work which won us a ton of awards.

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ENGINE GIVING BACK THIS CHRISTMAS

This Christmas here at ENGINE we decided to scrap the ENGINE Christmas party and do our bit for the community instead.

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A SATURDAY KICKABOUT

There were eight or nine of us playing keepie uppie; although, the number varied as different men joined, and others drifted off. Some were friends and others vague acquaintances. I knew no one.

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