Charlotte Rawlings
Feb 27, 2023

Is a pitching frenzy back after last year’s slump?

Campaign asks adland whether ‘the pitch is back’ following a flurry of pitch news, from John Lewis Partnership to Sainsbury's.

Clockwise from top left: Duncan Wood, James Murphy, Stephanie Brimacombe, Nick Louisson, Zaid Al-Zaidy and Gill Huber

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