The Royal British Legion has appointed the London Strategy Unit (LSU) as its strategic partner after a competitive pitch handled by Creative Brief.
TalkTalk TV's new ident campaign for the talent show, X Factor, allows fans to star in their own music videos.
UTV Media has reported a fall in pre-tax profits of 90 per cent for the first half of 2015.
O2 is rebranding its 377 high street stores with England Rugby's red rose as part of its campaign leading up to the Rugby World Cup in September.
Think of a world where Facebook knows where you are, where your next meeting is, and how long it'll take you to get there, imagines Mindshare's head of mobile.
LeoVegas, the mobile casino brand, has signed up to be the new sponsor of Celebrity Juice, the primetime ITV2 celebrity comedy panel show.
The non-profit organisation, 9/11 Day, has released a campaign urging Americans to do good deeds on the anniversary of the terrorist attack on the US.
Samsung's introduction to its Galaxy smartphone rose in the chart this week.
Philip Davies, the president of branding agency Siegel + Gale, explains why banks need to keep things simple.
Webmasters could well notice changes in their Google rankings because of Panda, says the director of data intelligence agency, Kerboo.
Havas' net income was €77 million (£56 million) for the first half of 2015, up nearly 28 per cent on the same period in 2014.
Digital news site Buzzfeed has secured its first global advertising deal with GroupM, the global media planning and buying arm of WPP.
McCoy's, the KP Snacks crisps brand, has appointed WCRS to be its retained creative agency.
Giant "smart" outdoor screens, which track the ages of passers-by and select ads based on their profiles, have been unveiled in Birmingham.
Lyst, the global fashion e-commerce platform, has appointed Anomaly to its global ad account after a competitive pitch.
A former freelance digital designer, who worked at Saatchi & Saatchi and VCCP, has won channel Dave's award for the best joke of the Edinburgh Fringe festival.
Made.com, the online furniture retailer, has released its first ad campaign since hiring a suite of agencies to unify its brand.
Wunderman London's creative director is sceptical that AI technology will create better engagement with consumers. After all, it's comedy, rather than telepathy, that connects with people.
Five hundred staff members from media agency MEC teamed up with the charity FareShare last week to prepare meals for 5,000 vulnerable Londoners.
Burger King has offered its rival McDonald's the chance to mark this year's International Peace Day by creating a 'McWhopper' burger together.
Orangina is encouraging consumers to shake up their lives, in a new brand campaign inspired by its French heritage.
Primesight has withdrawn from talks to buy Eye Airports, the airport advertising specialist.
Christina Andersson, managing director at digital training company Hyper Island, explains how marketers can use creativity, analytical thinking and social metrics to achieve successful marketing campaigns.
A Morrisons ad, starring ITV presenting duo Ant and Dec, has escaped a ban by the ads watchdog after the supermarket giant agreed to make price comparison information clearer for customers.
WPP, the world's largest advertising holding company, has reported pre-tax profit of £709.7 million in the first half of 2015, up 44.5 per cent year-on-year.
It was the ad storm of the summer, but did the 'Beach Body Ready' campaign actually work and what intelligence can marketers take from it? Alex Smith, planning director of Sense, investigates.
Clear Channel International's chairman and chief executive says outdoor ads are much more than a Faustian pact between the industry and town halls.
Statoil, the Norwegian energy group, has picked McCann London as its UK ad agency after a competitive pitch.
Visa has awarded Starcom Mediavest Group its $200 million global media account following a competitive pitch.
Hearst Corporation has promoted Mark Iremonger to become the chief executive of search marketing specialist iCrossing's UK division.
The Northern Ireland Tourist Board has put out a £14 million public contract to find an advertising and design agency.
Brands and media owners need to see data and the technology that channels it, not as a burden, but as an opportunity, says the chief executive of Exterion Media.
McCoy's is urging men to cast off traditional notions of masculinity, "go bold" and do whatever they feel like, in a new campaign.
Throw yourself into another culture to better understand yourself and your audience, says the chief creative officer of Droga 5.
Britain's Beer Alliance, the umbrella body representing the beer industry, has launched a new series of digital outdoor ads as part of its £10 million 'there's a beer for that' campaign.
Cheryl Giovannoni, the chief executive of Ogilvy & Mather London, is leaving the agency after two years.
Agencies must take a lesson or two from management consultants if they want to become their clients' trusted advisors, says Ross Farquhar, a partner at 101.
Nine agencies are in the running to win the Public Service category for this year's Campaign Big Awards, for which the final shortlists revealed today.
Sportswear, headphones and high street fashion brands have seen their ads nominated for a Campaign Big Award this year.
Grey London leads the Media & Entertainment shortlist for the Campaign Big Awards, with seven of the 12 finalists in the category.
The BBC is considering its agency options for a campaign to promote BBC One at Christmas.
101 has hired one of Crispin Porter & Bogusky London's creative directors, Joe Bruce, as a creative.
UTV Media, the owner of Talksport, has confirmed it is in talks with ITV over the sale of its TV assets.
Specsavers is speaking to direct and digital agencies about its CRM requirements.
Bwin, the gambling brand that sponsors the Real Madrid football team, has picked Home to handle a pan-European advertising brief.
Writing for Campaign, following Microsoft's transfer to AOL of its global ad sales team, AOL UK's managing director says marketers are increasingly demanding a single, holistic view of the customer journey.
What may work for one bank won't necessarily work for another, says the chief executive of OgilvyOne.
Nato, the inter-governmental military alliance, has appointed Engine and Agenda to handle all its communications requirements across its 28 member states.
BBH and Grey London lead the shortlist for Financial & Legal in the Campaign Big Awards.
Eight agencies are in the running to win the Grocery and Soft Drinks category in this year's Campaign Big Awards.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), the financial services regulator, has appointed Manning Gottlieb OMD for its media planning and buying business following a competitive pitch.
John Lewis Insurance has launched a campaign starring a young girl enthusiastically dancing around her house to Elton John's Tiny Dancer.
William Hill, the bookmaker, has released an energetic TV campaign to advertise its in-play betting products.
Agility and innovation are the strengths independents illustrate, argues Nick Fox, the founding partner and new business director at Atomic London.
Bar B Q Plaza's emotional Mother's Day ad in Thailand is top of the chart this week.
Digital agency Aqueduct has poached Gareth James, TMW Unlimited's chief creative officer, to be its creative partner.
Ogilvy & Mather's "it happens here" campaign for 28 Too Many leads the way in the shortlist for the Charity category in this year's Campaign Big Awards.
Six agencies are vying for the top award in Campaign Big Awards' Household Goods category.
KPMG, one of the world's 'big four' accounting firms, has appointed J. Walter Thompson as its global creative agency after a competitive pitch that involved all four major holding companies.
Sky, the pay-TV broadcaster, is speaking with advertising agency networks about its creative requirements.
Ad agencies are competing to promote company's role as sponsor of 2016 Olympics
AG Barr, the manufacturer of soft drinks including Irn-Bru and Rubicon, is looking for a UK digital agency.
British Airways is hunting for an agency to manage analytics for its CRM programmes.
Three has issued a brief for a content and social media agency.
The Big Issue, the magazine sold by the homeless and long-term unemployed, has appointed Saatchi & Saatchi London without a pitch.
VCCP has hired Andy Booth, the group creative director leading the BBC account at Red Bee Media, as a creative director.
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