Flack: Shine waves off Shrek; Rooster goes red; Mischief in a punch-up

If you're out and about at an industry event, make sure you're on your best behaviour, because Flack is watching you...

  • The Shine team said goodbye to their beloved Shrek – a fixture in the agency’s office for eight years since Shine launched Shrek 3 – after donating him to Great Ormond St Hospital for a patients’ play area. According to Great Ormond St he is proving a big hit with the children and their siblings. Good work guys.

    The Shine team said goodbye to their beloved Shrek – a fixture in the agency’s office for eight years since Shine launched Shrek 3 – after donating him to Great Ormond St Hospital for a patients’ play area. According to Great Ormond St he is proving a big hit with the children and their siblings. Good work guys.

  • Mischief’s annual company away day saw head of sport Simon Bristow (above left) challenge his colleagues to a punch-up in the ring. Senior account executive Joe Burdon got the once-in-a-lifetime chance to lamp his line manager. Bristow said afterwards:

    Mischief’s annual company away day saw head of sport Simon Bristow (above left) challenge his colleagues to a punch-up in the ring. Senior account executive Joe Burdon got the once-in-a-lifetime chance to lamp his line manager. Bristow said afterwards: "Any chump can throw one lucky punch. I’m happy to have a rematch." A date for the rematch is yet to be confirmed.

  • Fever said farewell to chairman Martin Bostock, who retired from Nelson Bostock Group Unlimited at the end of March, after a staggering 28 years. The team found this picture of Bostock working in the very first Nelson Bostock office, sporting a rather fetching shirt.

    Fever said farewell to chairman Martin Bostock, who retired from Nelson Bostock Group Unlimited at the end of March, after a staggering 28 years. The team found this picture of Bostock working in the very first Nelson Bostock office, sporting a rather fetching shirt.

  • Rooster PR accompanied five travel journalists to the home of Liverpool FC, Anfield, on behalf of airline company Garuda Indonesia – the club’s training kit sponsor and Rooster client. The group met Liverpool legend Kevin Keegan as well as enjoying a fleeting appearance from Steven Gerrard. Mirror travel editor Nigel Thompson wrote on Twitter:

    Rooster PR accompanied five travel journalists to the home of Liverpool FC, Anfield, on behalf of airline company Garuda Indonesia – the club’s training kit sponsor and Rooster client. The group met Liverpool legend Kevin Keegan as well as enjoying a fleeting appearance from Steven Gerrard. Mirror travel editor Nigel Thompson wrote on Twitter: "Blimey. Apart from a UFO landing LFC v MUFC at Anfield had everything!"

  • Eulogy hosted an event at London’s Irish Embassy to launch its Irish Directors in UK plc 2015 report. The findings of the report were unveiled by Eulogy’s Irish chief executive Adrian Brady. The event was attended by high profile business leaders from across the UK and hosted by Dan Mulhall, the Irish ambassador for Great Britain, and the BBC’s business journalist, Joe Lynam.

    Eulogy hosted an event at London’s Irish Embassy to launch its Irish Directors in UK plc 2015 report. The findings of the report were unveiled by Eulogy’s Irish chief executive Adrian Brady. The event was attended by high profile business leaders from across the UK and hosted by Dan Mulhall, the Irish ambassador for Great Britain, and the BBC’s business journalist, Joe Lynam.

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