Cannes Lions 2013
Agencies need to engage with start-ups because they are "inventing the future" of the industry, according to Jeremy Basset, the global marketing strategy director at Unilever.
Mike Cullis, the managing director of Soul, looks at whether young, independent direct agencies face the same difficulties as above-the-line shops.
Sapient Nitro's chief strategy officer for Europe says we are still a long way from seeing a machine win a Film Lion using an algorithm.
Framestore's president of integrated advertising says there's plenty of room for technologists.
Nick Emery, global CEO, Mindshare and president of Media Lions Jury Cannes 2015, reveals the judging criteria and why NGO entries outshone their corporate competitors.
The UK, led by Grey London, picked up a total of 117 Lions at Cannes last week.
Heineken is preparing to kick off a search for a new global creative agency for Desperados, its tequila-flavoured beer.
Heineken has refreshed its global agency lineup, by appointing Publicis Worldwide to be its lead global creative agency for the brewing giant's lager brand.
William Eccleshare, the chairman and chief executive officer of Clear Channel International, spoke to Maisie McCabe in Cannes last week about the most innovative market for outdoor advertising.
Stephen Allan, global CEO, MediaCom talked to Campaign global editor-in-chief Claire Beale in Cannes about the shifting media landscape. Watch parts one and two of his interview below.
"When we look at the world, we don't look at how it is today, but instead, we dream of how it ought to be tomorrow," said SY Lau, the president of Tencent's Online Media Group, as he accepted the Media Person of the Year award at Cannes.
Jim Gilchrist, a director at MJZ, has joined Outsider to work on global business.
Cannes Lions 2013 in-depth
You're in your villa in Cannes. The sun is shining. You're quaffing rosé by the pool.
By the time the final gold Lion was handed out on Saturday night, there were many things for people in the ad industry to be proud of.
Amid the bravado and one-upmanship along the Croisette, the Daily Mail and Snapchat stole the show.
It was not long before talk in Cannes last week turned to the small matter of the $25 billion media business up for grabs in a series of global account reviews.
Sky is to release a dedicated kids app as it continues to develop its children's offering.
Grey's chairman and chief creative officer has a reputation for cockiness and vanity but also for resurrecting his agency. Claire Beale seeks out the real Nils Leonard.
Until last week, the most thrilling thing to come out of Grey London was e-mail-gate (search Garry Lace on Campaignlive - God, this industry used to be a jaw-dropper).
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