Commercial Features

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  • People across Scotland will soon be getting together with friends for coffee and cake - all in the name of Macmillan Cancer Support.

  • COMMERCIAL FEATURE: Robert Webb, of Peep Show and Mitchell and Webb fame, is currently starring in a new lead role as Maurice Wigglethorpe-Throom, CEO and Founder of Compare the Market (not, under any circumstances, to be confused with the website run by a group of small, pointed-faced, furry mammals).

  • COMMERCIAL FEATURE: Going down the personal loan route can be a great move for people who want to purchase something that doesn’t fit into their personal budget or consolidate their debts into one easy-to-manage monthly payment.

  • COMMERCIAL FEATURE: Glaswegian Anne Ashcroft and her family were so grateful for Macmillan’s support when she was diagnosed with breast cancer.

  • COMMERCIAL FEATURE: The numbers don't lie: Australians have a soft spot in their hearts for SUVs.

  • COMMERCIAL FEATURE:  Online gaming site Jackpotjoy is known for its fun and creative approach to marketing. It's no surprise then that the brilliant new commercial just launched on TV by the online games company is such a treat for viewers.

  • COMMERCIAL FEATURE: According to a recent Experian survey, the volume of used car sales this year has reached a three-year high, with over 1.7 million units sold between January and March.

  • COMMERCIAL FEATURE: Apple announces that BMW, GM, Mercedes, Land Rover, Jaguar, Audi, Toyota and Honda will introduce a button on the steering wheel to launch the Siri "Eyes Free" digital assistant.

  • COMMERCIAL FEATURE: Volcanic ash clouds, union strikes and economic instability have all conspired against the British public in previous years in a bid to stop us from enjoying a well-earned break.

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