A deviation from the norm

London, United Kingdom

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Founded in 2004, Anomaly is a difficult to define, but exciting to work at 'new model'​ agency. Driven by a passionate and entrepreneurial culture encompassing a diverse, elastic set of skills - Anomaly has offices in Los Angeles, New York, Toronto, London, Amsterdam, Berlin and Shanghai. Clients include: Ally Financial, Anheuser-Busch InBev, Cancer Research UK, Carnival Cruises, The Coca-Cola Company, Diageo, Electrolux, Facebook, Google, Hershey's, Huawei, IKEA, LEGO, MINI China, New York Life, Panera Bread, Rimowa, Sally Hansen, Sonos, T-Mobile, Unilever, Virgin Trains, Weight Watchers and YouTube. Anomaly has been recognized for a very wide range of work and IP, including: Ad Age's 2017 Agency of the Year, Cannes Lions, Effies, Fast Company's Most Innovative, Jay Chiat, Digiday Awards and the Mashies - among the usual suspects. Anomaly has also been honored with a few less conventional accolades as well, such as being named one of Time Magazine's Best Inventions of 2016 for dosist, Toy of The Year for Mighty Jaxx, plus two Emmys for a television series called Avec Eric, all of which the agency created and co-owns. As part of our mission to be a change agent in the communications industry, we believe that translates not only into the work we create, but in the ways we support out talent. As an extension of this belief, Anomaly has joined Pledge Parental Leave (, a movement uniting creative companies to give parents paid parental leave. Primary caregivers receive three months of paid protected leave with an additional 3 months of additional leave time as well as six months of uninterrupted medical insurance. Secondary caregivers receive up to eight weeks of paid protected leave. Until there is universal support in the U.S. that recognizes the importance of this support, companies need to lead the way and help tip the scales. We’re committed to reviewing our parent policy on a regular basis to evolve it as needed.

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