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Marc Cave, the former vice-chairman of Lowe Group, is forming a start-up that aims to link clients with specialists from the ad, media and entertainment industries.
He is being joined in the new venture, The Drugstore, by Ben Clapp, the former creative director of Tribal DDB, and Russell Schaller, who worked with Clapp at Mother and at Tom Dick & Harry.
The fourth partner is Mary Beer, the former marketing director of Flextech and creator of the marketing strategy for Bravo and Living TV.
The Drugstore starts with projects for Selfridges, Coca-Cola, Abbey and the men's fashion …