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HSBC has launched a global campaign to promote its sponsorship of the Hong Kong Rugby Sevens.
Halifax has continued its witty campaign strategy with "holiday dad", a new spot highlighting its brand values of rewarding customers who give extra.
Homebase, the home and garden retailer, has ditched the shipping containers that have featured in its ads for the past two years in favour of showing a family transforming their home and garden.
The ambition of Chipotle's Farmed And Dangerous series of online shows is laudable, but the result is a big cowpat of content that does the restaurant chain no favours, Peter Souter says.
Louise Ridley can t stop singing We Built This City after watching the latest quirky ad for Three: "Cat, girl, internet and 80s hit collide in a perfect burst of joy. Better than the pony ." The spot was written by Chris Lapham, art directed by Aaro...
Kate Magee did not feel the joy while watching Cadbury s new film with James Corden: "The idea of lip-synching is funny for the first few seconds but, as it goes on, and on, it just gets embarrassing. What is Corden s association with Cadbury? Why is...
Cobra, the Molson Coors Indian beer, has launched its biggest marketing campaign to date, introducing a charismatic entrepreneur 'The Boss' who runs the Cobra brewery and a bra company.
Birds Eye has kicked off a £60 million pan-European relaunch campaign, with a spot by Havas Worldwide London featuring a modern family eating the brand's fish fingers and frozen peas.
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Digital Trends: Consumers create marketing opportunities online as they look to unleash their own creativity
Consumers are looking to unleash their creativity online as a Microsoft study has found that a third (33 per cent) of UK respondents said they'd be interested in making their own digital products and services*.
Some 39 per cent of UK consumers want the information they share online to be automatically removed after a specified time, and over half of global consumers (59 per cent) are more likely to buy from brands that allow them to update their own privacy...