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Client: End Youth Homelessness
Creative Director: Simon Labbett
Graphic Design: Mark Jump & Ramsey Chapman
Account Team: Linn Frost & Georgie Wise
Creative out-of-home agency: Jack (Head of Marketing: Khaly Nguyen)
ABOUT END YOUTH HOMELESSNESS
End Youth Homelessness (EYH) is a national movement to end youth homelessness in the UK. EYH brings
together local charities to tackle youth homelessness on a national scale. EYH charities work with 30,000
young people who are amongst the most deprived in the UK. The charities supported through End Youth
Homelessness are: 1625 Independent People (Bristol), Aberdeen Foyer (Aberdeen), The Amber Foundation
(Surrey, Wiltshire, and Devon), St. Basils (West Midlands), The Benjamin Foundation (Norfolk), Centrepoint
(Barnsley, Bradford, London, Manchester, and Sunderland), Llamau (Wales), MACS (Northern Ireland), The Rock Trust (Edinburgh), and Roundabout (Sheffield), Step by Step (South East).
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Head of Fundraising and Communications
Truant London (formerly Hometown London) was formed in 2011. It is a unique creative business built upon
three core pillars – Advertising, Media & Music – offering clients a unified approach to gaining audience
attention. Truant’s core beliefs lie in a commitment to a spirit of creative disobedience – a creative philosophy
that can found throughout all of its work with clients, as well as in the way it runs itself. Clients include Royal
Caribbean International, Powwownow, Simply Business, Perrigo, Peachy Loans, Vitol and GLH Hotels.
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Jack provides the canvas for brands to get creative on the street. The agency has been in this space for over 25 years - fuelled by its love for art, music and culture. These days it offers more than just posters, it’s an urban collective made up of creative minds - obsessed with crafting bold and unconventional out-of-home campaigns that create dialogue on the street in an artful way.
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