Claire Beale global editor-in-chief, Campaign If you ve got to the end of 2014 with any doubt in your mind that advertising is a fantastic industry to work in, settle back and wallow in the following pages. Here you ll find plenty of evidence...
John Tylee reviews a year that will be remembered for the failed mega-merger, long-term relationships that moved on and goodbyes that came too soon.
Alexandra Taylor is the first woman to win the D&AD President's Award. Laura Jordan Bambach asks the trailblazing art director for advice for young creatives.
It s not a place you would naturally associate with the mighty search engine that was to change the internet in general and advertising, in particular forever. It s just a garage attached to a four-bedroom, ranch-style house largely hidden from...
Tell us about the project. The Wrap Up Project helps raise awareness for homeless people through the sale of "infectious" wrapping paper. Designed to look like snowflakes, it recreates viruses that pose health risks to people sleeping rough this win...
Juggling her time between London and New York, Maxus' new global chief executive, Lindsay Pattison, faces the challenge of maintaining momentum as the network starts to mature. By Maisie McCabe.
The shape of the family unit is changing and brands must stop thinking of it as a defined group of people, Rian Shah writes.
The popularity of content marketing could represent a threat to traditional advertising budgets, Arif Durrani finds.
Things we like: Condé Nast getting technical, News and mags mobile boost and Digital radio at Christmas
Cond Nast getting technical Cond Nast is pulling out all the stops for the UK launch of the tech news site Ars Technica (from Latin for the "art of technology"). It s the first UK launch since it imported Wired in April 2009. You could be forgi...
Last week, the executive creative director of a big ad agency came barrelling up to me, beard twitching, clearly angling for a verbal scrap. I did a quick mental check. Turkey of the Week? Not for a while. Bad review in Private View? Hmm, don t thi...
Arthur Sadoun is the Publicis Worldwide boss and an exec going places in a hurry at the network. John Tylee meets the man who many consider to be Maurice Lévy's heir apparent.
We asked eight agency chiefs to reflect on the highlights, low points and central themes that dominated this year.
As one of the few strong-performing print brands, the title is seeking to entice digital-savvy young audiences.
Was Bill Gates ahead of his time when he declared in 1996 that "content is king"? Adland certainly seems to have thought so. How else do you explain why an industry obsessed with the "next big thing" has only just seen that the Microsoft founder may ...
Tell us about the project. We re helping school kids grow their very first moustache out of grass. The project is called "Grovember" and is something we re doing with our Miracle-Gro client in support of the charity. Schools have often got involved...
Does the move to bring wide-ranging and often disparate agencies together makes sense?
George Gallup s name is so firmly linked with the poll that bears his name that it s easy to forget how many of his pioneering research methods still used by admen today were evolved some 80 years ago in Young Rubicam s research department. G...
Sainsbury's Christmas ad campaign demanded a production with sensitivity and authenticity, Tim Riley writes.
Agency employment costs are the biggest threat to operating profit margins, the latest Kingston Smith W1 survey reveals.By Ian Graham.
The social giant is moving into LinkedIn territory with a professional network. But will it work, David Benady asks.
Things we like: The Times in Homeland, Peter Jackson turns to Empire, and what your newspaper says about you
Some things in the media business we liked in the week up to 28 November, and one thing we didn't...
The latest Wave survey from UM suggests why brands are still struggling to make content viral.
The managing director of the FT's B2C division will be sad to leave the sales world behind, David Benady writes.
The media agency is putting its faith in a user-experience focus after a two-year rollercoaster ride, Ed Owen reports.
I'm used to agencies telling me how great they really are, really: just look at all this work, and this smart thinking, and all these tools with silly names.
In a crowded market and after years of drifting, TBWA had lost its edge. Now, its new president and chief executive wants to simplify everything and reclaim the 'disruption' philosophy that the creative network is known for, Claire Beale writes.
Tell us about the project. This is a unique campaign designed to take the essence of the Chivas Regal brand message, "live with chivalry", and turn it into something tangible. The tangible element is an event: a competition inviting budding social e...
From creativity of the human brain to a sports brand launch, the key word at the event is collaboration. By David Benady.
Is the tide that has always swept the best creative talent to London from the regions about to turn?
The adage that even the most creative advertising cannot sell a lousy product was never more brutally demonstrated than by the launch of the Ford Edsel, which many experts still cite as the biggest brand failure of all time. From its debut in 1957 ...
It's that time of year again when the industry's great and good fight for Yuletide glory. Campaign asks three ad folk for their thoughts on this year's crop of festive campaigns.
AKQA's chief creative officer is aiming for category-defining work as he takes on James Hilton's role. By Kate Magee.
Some things in the media business we liked in the week up to 19 November, and one thing we didn't...
There are only two things most agencies want to talk about at the moment.
2014 was the year that YouTube creators invaded the public consciousness. Over the next three pages, we see how brands are utilising these stars.
JCDecaux is testing the content waters. But is the 'eight-second medium' the right environment, David Benady asks
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The city's inclusive spirit is a magnet for international talent looking for inspiration
Collaboration, content and effectiveness were three of the big issues on the agenda as our agency partners met around the table for Campaign's third Adland in Amsterdam debate.
Audiences are always hungry for cultural interactions but, unless those communications are conducted correctly, your brand risks being chewed up and spat out
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