Marks & Spencer marketing chief Patrick Bousquet-Chavanne and Leo Rayman, the chief executive the retailer's ad agency, Grey London, open up on the new marketing strategy and the chemistry between their teams.
Procter & Gamble chief brand officer Marc Pritchard has underlined the importance of craft and creativity to his brand-building efforts.
Heavily favored to win at Cannes, the bronze statue delivered three big wins in the early days of the festival.
McCann New York's high-profile "Fearless girl" sculpture on Wall Street has won the Glass Lion Grand Prix at Cannes.
The advertising industry talks a good game on diversity, but more must be done if it is to truly overcome its 'male, pale and stale' reputation, writes Gemma Charles.
Grey London's digital "Swear Jar" for Comic Relief has been shortlisted three times in the Promo and Activation category.
Barnaby Dawe, global chief marketing officer at Just Eat, has been named The Marketing Society Marketing Leader of the Year for 2017.
If things carry on like this, talented staff will leave and others won't pursue an advertising career in the first place.
Gemma Charles is mesmerised by Marks & Spencer's new ad.
Secret Escapes has appointed Droga5 London to its global advertising account as the "members-only travel club" seeks to highlight its brand mission to "democratise luxury".
Increasing the visibility of Muslim families in mainstream marketing could help improve race relations, according to a survey of mothers.
The Advertising Association is turning its focus to Scotland and the regions as the incoming metro mayors create new power bases around the UK.
Brands must step up and take action in the wake of the Google brand safety scandal, warned the chief executive of BT.
Sky was once again the UK's top spending advertiser in 2016, increasing year-on-year spend by 18% to £287m, Nielsen data has revealed.
Identify what you are against to build narratives that truly resonate with consumers, marketers from Airbnb and Direct Line told an Advertising Week audience today (23 March).
Altice, the Dutch telecoms company, has agreed to acquire online video marketplace Teads.
The world's 6th-largest marketing-services network wants a guarantee that its ads will appear in a "safe, regulated" environment.
Havas UK has pulled its entire media spend from Google's display network and YouTube.
ISBA director general Phil Smith has laid out his plan to transform the advertiser body into a powerful voice on issues such as effectiveness and media transparency.
Sainsbury's is aiming to boost its non-food offering by bringing its homeware under a single brand and transforming clothing arm Tu.