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Pokemon Go Ad Agency Hunt

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10:45 AM | 28 July 2016
by Ricky Richards
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Just one week after the release of the blockbuster mobile game Pokemon Go, Asa Bradshaw saw an opportunity to capitalise on the buzz and leverage it’s growing interest among London’s best advertising agencies.

With thousands of graduates embarking London in search of an illusive position in advertising, only the brightest and best are offered positions.

When faced with the brief to get noticed in a crowd of people who’s job it is to stand out, it’s hardly an easy ask, but one that was valiantly matched by 25 year old Art Director Asa Bradshaw.

Just one week after the release of the blockbuster mobile game Pokemon Go, Asa Bradshaw saw an opportunity to capitalise on the buzz and leverage it’s growing attention and interest among London’s best agencies.

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