David Beckham's starring role in a film for H&M, opposite the American comedian Kevin Hart, made the top spot this week.
Hermès is reaching out to men with its new MANifeste online campaign, which provides a novel take on routine and "to-do" lists.
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Radiocentre, the trade body for commercial radio, has launched a tool for brands and agencies that explores how music can be linked to brands more strategically.
Karmarama has promoted Peter Dolukhanov to the new role of group chief technology officer.
O2 Business is targeting its top 50 high value mid-market business prospects with a direct marketing campaign featuring a personalised hologram.
Four new members have been elected to sit on the board of trustees at D&AD.
Odeon has appointed Rufus Leonard to create a new identity and brand experience for the chain.
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EDC UK has sold Dare to Oliver Group, the agency group with clients including BMW, Starbucks and PepsiCo.
A provocative anti-female genital mutilation (FGM) awareness campaign, created by Ogilvy & Mather London, has won the top print prize at the Clio Awards.
Michael Karg, the chief executive at Razorfish International, is to join Ebiquity as its chief executive, succeeding Michael Greenlees.
M&C Saatchi Shop, the new marketing to shopper business, has launched with two founding clients.
The Wall Street Journal and The Times have launched a month-long campaign in London to promote a new joint subscription.
Steve Hatch, the regional director for the UK and Ireland at Facebook, is joining the board of Trinity Mirror as a non-executive director.
Twitter is expected to name Jack Dorsey, the company's creator and co-founder, as its new chief executive, according to reports.
Pearson, the publisher that recently sold the Financial Times and The Economist, has appointed FCB Inferno to develop an integrated campaign for its Project Literacy initiative.
There will be no "seismic changes" at Rainey Kelly Campbell Roalfe/Y&R following the loss of Lloyds Bank, according to the agency's chief executive, Ben Kay.
Savills, the high-end estate agent, is looking for a creative agency.
Sunny, the short-term-loans company, is on the hunt for an agency to handle its creative business.
Grey's deputy executive creative director replaces Bird, who takes CCO position at Publicis New York.
Cancer Research UK has added Karmarama to its creative agency roster as an integrated specialist. Karmarama, which was appointed without a pitch, will work with CRUK's strategic marketing, fundraising and innovation teams on a number of multichannel briefs.
Flora, the spreads brand owned by Unilever, has appointed DLKW Lowe to handle its UK advertising amid a global realignment.
David Pattison, the co-founder of PHD and former IPA president, is to join Rezonence as its chairman.
Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO has hired Matthew Harrington from R/GA in the new role of director of brand partnerships.
Fold7 has bolstered its creative department after a series of new-business wins.
Baxters, the family-owned soup and condiments brand, has hired Rainey Kelly Campbell Roalfe/Y&R to handle its advertising activity.
Transport for London has decided who to put through to the next round of creative and media pitches.
To promote its new Modern Essentials Selected by David Beckham range, H&M has released a seven-minute film, by Adam & Eve/DDB, starring the former footballer and the comedian Kevin Hart.
Honda has kicked off a review of its European media planning and buying business.
EasyJet's ad celebrating its 20th anniversary falls short.
R/GA London's latest ad for Beats by Dr Dre, which stars the England rugby captain, is this week's pick.
Suntory Beverage & Food has appointed WPP's Group M after a review of its €100 million (£73.77 million) European media planning and buying account.
Agencies are being asked to prove their worthiness through a new President's Prize, which is being introduced for the 2016 IPA Effectiveness Awards.
Facebook has apologised to the Royal National Institute of Blind (RNIB) after banning the charity's ad, which highlighted the lack of sight loss advisors.
Archant Dialogue, the content marketing agency, has poached the Daily Mail's lead creative, Jon Lilley, as its creative director.
Penny for London, the charity scheme spearheaded by London mayor Boris Johnson, has been launched in London today (30 September) to urge commuters to donate a penny to change a life.
In this modern world, we need to move away from the rigidity of nine to five hours and stop focussing on "office face-time", says the chief operating officer of MediaCom.
A TV ad for Weetabix's On The Go Breakfast drink has been cleared by the ASA after a complaint about its supposed health claims.
Outsmart's long-term goal should be to become the industry-leading trade body in the UK, says the chief executive of Primesight.
YouTube has launched shopping ads similar to those available on Google and is helping brands promote mobile apps.
Women's Health, the lifestyle magazine owned by Hearst, has promoted Katie Mulloy to the position of editor.
McDonald's UK has launched an integrated campaign that uses TV advertising to drive trust in the brand and the quality of its products.
Changes are being considered by the Committee of Advertising Practice on rules governing how food and soft drinks are advertised to children.
Ofcom will advertise for a new chairman for Channel 4 after ministers vetoed the reappointment of Lord Burns.
Verizon's AOL and Publicis Groupe have unveiled plans for a free, mobile-first internet TV service in a bid to capture younger audiences.
Our culture of high quality and creative TV ads has had a peculiar and counter-intuitive effect over the years, says the managing director of Sky Media.
Pink Parcel, the postage subscription service for women, has appointed The Village Communications to handle its £1 million media planning and buying account without a pitch.
Bauer Media has launched an e-commerce voucher platform that gives consumers the opportunity to purchase discounted deals for shopping, restaurants and events.
TMW Unlimited has promoted Graeme Noble, its executive creative director, to chief creative officer.
Consumer trust in most forms of advertising and communication - including TV ads, company websites and editorial content - has fallen in the past two years, according to the latest research from Nielsen.
Telegraph Media Group is set to appoint Robert Ffitch, the chief executive of Manning Gottlieb OMD, as its director, advertising revenue.
Manning Gottlieb OMD has promoted its managing director, Tim Pearson, to chief executive, ahead of the departure of Robert Ffitch.
Nick Stringer, the chief creative officer of News UK, is leaving the news publisher.
Vita Coco, the coconut oil brand owned by All Market, has launched a site that aims to be the "go-to hub" for coconut oil and its various uses.
Vodafone has appointed TMW Unlimited to handle its £5 million CRM account and help with the mobile phone network's move into the pay-TV market.
Just a quarter of those working in senior management roles in advertising and marketing are women, according to a study by The Creative Industries Federation.
Google has launched a product to help advertisers reach specific customers on Google Search, YouTube, and Gmail, as well as a tool for pushing new apps.
Chris Moyles, the rebranded radio station's new breakfast show host, is a tough sell as a brand partner, says Neil Tookey, the head of radio at Maxus.
Pokemon's ad showing a new way of playing computer games remains in the top spot.
An ethically-conscious bottled water company, that wants to use money from sales to fund sustainable water in developing countries, is on the hunt for an ad agency to create a global campaign.
Vodafone has revealed talks have ended about an exchange of selected assets with Liberty Global, the US cable giant and owner of Virgin Media.
Blue 449, ZenithOptimedia Group's open source communications network, has appointed Andras Vigh as its global chief executive.
H&M has released its full-length film starring David Beckham and Kevin Hart.
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