Creativity's female future

Ali Hanan, founder and chief executive of Creative Equals, introduces...

Industry resists MPs' calls for more curbs on junk-food ads

What marketers need to know about the redefined private space

Why one 22-year-old invested all his savings in Snap

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Cadbury calls ad account review

Cadbury, the Mondelez International-owned chocolate brand, is reviewing its creative account putting 11-year incumbent Fallon on alert.


Creative Equals launches recruitment charter to foster diversity

Creative Equals has launched a seven-point charter to encourage the recruitment industry to hire more diverse people.


Jellyfish to open seventh global office in Barcelona

Jellyfish is launching a Barcelona office in April, marking its seventh global location and its first in continental Europe.


Y&R taps Grey's Markwick for global commercial and production role

Y&R has appointed Janet Markwick, Grey's chief commercial officer for EMEA, to drive the expansion of the WPP network's production...


Cancer Research UK invites smokers to puff into bus shelter

Cancer Research UK has created an interactive outdoor poster that encourages smokers to blow into a circle and see how...


David Droga to receive Lion of St Mark honour at Cannes

David Droga, the founder and creative chairman of Droga5, will be honoured by Cannes Lions this year with the Lion...


Broadcasters boosted by YouTube brand boycott

Channel 4, ITV and Sky have seen a jump in ad revenues for their video-on-demand platforms as a result of...


Editors' Picks


1 Grey London changes name to Valenstein & Fatt to promote diversity and tolerance

Grey London is making a statement against a recent surge in racism and nationalism by changing its name to Valenstein & Fatt, with the surnames of its two Jewish founders appearing above the agency's doors for 100 days.

Why Cosabella replaced its agency with AI and will never go back to humans

1 Why Cosabella replaced its agency with AI and will never go back to humans

In October, lingerie retailer Cosabella replaced its digital agency with an AI platform named "Albert". Since then it has more than tripled its ROI and increased its customer base by 30%.