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The state of LGBT+ representation in ads

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Watch: how ad agencies are recruiting differently

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How adland can crack gender equality in 2017

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Dropbox makes big mistake with diversity tweet

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What next for the 45-plus creative?

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Why ageism is adland's next frontier

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How to stage a creative comeback

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Creativebrief joins Oystercatchers' diversity pledge

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Making diversity the new normal

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A pledge to female directors

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Hollywood has awoken to female representation: when will adland follow?

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Why brands should not overlook the Muslim consumer

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What accessibility means for creatives in our digital world

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Airbnb tackles racial discrimination by hosts

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It's time to smash the glass wall

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HP calls for diversity in its agency roster

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1 Grey London changes name to Valenstein & Fatt to promote diversity and tolerance

Grey London is making a statement against a recent surge in racism and nationalism by changing its name to Valenstein & Fatt, with the surnames of its two Jewish founders appearing above the agency's doors for 100 days.

Why Cosabella replaced its agency with AI and will never go back to humans
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1 Why Cosabella replaced its agency with AI and will never go back to humans

In October, lingerie retailer Cosabella replaced its digital agency with an AI platform named "Albert". Since then it has more than tripled its ROI and increased its customer base by 30%.

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