'This girl can' moves from advertising to activism

Sport England wants to avoid the 'difficult second album' with...

Sainsbury's launches Home brand in non-food overhaul

Why Renault switched its media budget to target a wider pool of consumers

Sky seeks ad agency amid sports channels shake-up

TBWA buys majority stake in Lucky Generals

LATEST

BRANDS

Unilever reviewing business after aborted Kraft Heinz takeover bid

An attempted acquisition of Unilever by Kraft Heinz last weekend may have fizzled out, but the experience has led to...

AGENCY

Vauxhall picks Mother for SUV launch campaign

Vauxhall Motors has appointed Mother to create the launch campaign for its new SUV model, Crossland X, following a competitive...

BRANDS

Gumtree relaunch boosts users by 24%

Gumtree is on track to achieve its aim of becoming the biggest British digital brand in the UK after a...

AGENCY

Unilever launches site to publicise roster agencies

Unilever is aiming to drive the adoption of its preferred agencies by local teams with the creation of internal website...

AGENCY

Haven seeks agency ahead of ad push

Haven, the holiday company, is seeking an ad agency for strategy and creative work ahead of a new campaign.

BRANDS

Intrusive social ads should be avoided, experts say

Brands should move away from intrusive ad formats regardless of the options offered by social media platforms, industry experts have...

BRANDS

Change ads or risk being ignored, brands warned

Vulnerable consumers are more likely to assume that advertising is not relevant to them and require campaigns developed specifically to...

More

Editors' Picks

AGENCY
BRANDS

Mobile creates a greater sense of urgency in marketing

AGENCY
AGENCY

Ad fraud solutions need to be mobile-first

BRANDS
YouTube to stop 30-second unskippable ads
Shares0
Share

1 YouTube to stop 30-second unskippable ads

Starting next year, YouTube will stop allowing the 30-second unskippable ad and will focus instead on shorter formats.

Brands

BRANDS
AGENCY
BRANDS
BRANDS
BRANDS

How the smartphone killed conversation

Agencies

Media

TRENDS