The independent shop's co-founder talks to Louise Ridley about being one of The Sunday Times' best small companies to work for and the tie-up with BPN.
Laurence Green, a co-founder of 101, explains why he is weary of the "real-time" juggernaut.
Ad campaigns for brands including The Lego Movie, Specsavers, KitKat, Virgin Trains, BT, McDonald's and O2 are among the 70 entries for the biennial IPA Effectiveness Awards.
Philip Morris International (PMI), the company that owns Marlboro cigarettes, has approached agencies to discuss its international social media arrangements.
Chambord, the raspberry liqueur, is releasing its first TV campaign since appointing Wieden & Kennedy to its creative account.
South Africa's Advertising Standards Authority has dropped an investigation into a controversial charity ad that showed a white woman feeding scraps to a black child, after the organisation withdrew the spot and apologised.
Channel 5 is set to put this year's Big Brother contestants into a post-apocalyptic world, with housemates set a number of survival-based tasks around the theme of upcoming blockbuster, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.
Metcalfe's, which was founded by one of the men behind Pret A Manger, is releasing its first TV ad.
Andrew Mullins, the managing director of the London Evening Standard and Independent Print Limited, is moving to be a divisional chief executive at Informa, the events and publishing company.
Metro, the free daily newspaper owned by Daily Mail and General Trust, is reviewing its advertising account.
Newspaper publishers are pushing for a new audience measurement system that better reflects their cross-platform audiences and engagement in a dramatic move that could see newspaper brands withdraw from the National Readership Survey, the industry st...
Intersnack, the German food manufacturer, is believed to have split its €50 million pan-European media business between Vizeum and Initiative.
Havas Media Group's Arena has been awarded Flight Centre's media planning and buying account, previously handled by IPG's Initiative.
A campaign by the Singapore National Council On Problem Gambling hit a snag last night after Germany's routing of Brazil.
Cosmopolitan magazine is pitting Adam & Eve/DDB, Leo Burnett and Creature London against each other as part of a competition to create an emotive awareness campaign around "honour killings".
The National Trust has brought its '50 things to do before you're 11¾' campaign to TV, the first solo television ad in the organisation's history.
The Guardian's open, digital journalism has plenty more room for growth, including plans to launch in India, according to deputy chief executive David Pemsel - just don't mention GQ's Michael Wolff.
There is an increasing need to show a direct correlation between a piece of marketing activity and sales, and media companies like The Guardian are adapting to it, says its commercial director, Nick Hewat.
Team Sky encouraged its riders through targeted outdoor ads as the Tour de France cyclists passed through east London.
Things We Like
Some things in the media business we liked in the week up to 11 July, and one thing we didn't....
The platform's controversial 'emotion experiment' could have serious consequences for the industry, David Benady writes.
Although clients believe in its value, market trends and a lack of transparency put media auditing at risk. By Stephan Loerke.
Is Stuff's decision to remove women models from its front covers significant for the industry, Arif Durrani asks.
What does the industry make of the publisher's restructure, which merges the three divisions into one, Ian Griggs asks.
The tech giant sees advertising as a key focus, but can it match the revenue generated by licensing, Maisie McCabe asks.
Can Amazon's first smartphone and its intriguing shopping function disrupt the marketplace, David Benady asks.
From astrophysics to GNR to 'human augmentation', science is playing an increasing role in creativity. By David Benady.
The Huffington Post's chief executive believes its alternative business model will keep the brand ahead of traditional publishers. By Arif Durrani.
There is one hell of a swagger around The Guardian's Kings Place this week, and it belongs, of course, to David Pemsel.
I studied Brave New World for O-level. That's how old I am: pre-GCSE. I bet you've come across it somewhere too.
Many are the tactics that brands deploy these days across all platforms of human outreach. Still, consumers in 2014 are in emotional rebellion, causing brands to rethink not just their campaign budgets but their subliminal desires to touch audiences ...
If you haven't spent half an hour in the company of the brilliant and charming controller of commercial digital products at ITV, Jon Block, then I suggest you do so at once.
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- Brands make the most of Germany's dramatic victory over Brazil
- Singapore anti-gambling ad slammed on Twitter after picking a winner
- Guardian plotting English language launch in India
- Guardian News & Media reduces losses by 27% to £19.4m
- National Trust launches debut TV campaign
- Metcalfe's set to release quirky debut TV ad