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Bringing back the glory years of advertising

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Fed up with ridiculous rules and regulations, Alex Dyer and Colin Mitchell have set out to start a ground-breaking agency on their own terms.

On May the 19th 2008 Mitchell And Dyer was created.

“We just want to do things our own way, like how we imagined advertising would be when we got into this game. You know, boozy lunches and hot secretaries taking notes. Working for other people we just ended up working late and being told we couldn’t have children drinking in our TVCs. They don’t seem to understand humour.” said Dyer.

With backing from an undisclosed source, Mitchell And Dyer have recently moved into a city premises and are on the look out for clients who are fed up with the way they are treated by their agencies at the moment.

With Mitchell And Dyer you can expect cutting edge campaigns and above all some great nights out with the proprietors.

We believe this new way of thinking will take things back to the glory days, when advertising was fun.

Perhaps Mitchell’s words of wisdom sum this up best though “We’re here. We’re not queer. Get used to it.”

Mitchell And Dyer are now hiring.


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