Cheil has won the global digital and social marketing brief for the UAE's national carrier Etihad following a competitive pitch.
After a mixed set of results for the social messaging network in the second quarter of 2015, Wunderman's senior client director says its event targeting platform is a positive step forward.
Arif Durrani will be leaving Haymarket to join Bloomberg Media as commercial editor for Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
Cinema ad revenues have increased by 21 per cent in the first half of the year compared to the same period in 2014, according to figures released by Digital Cinema Media (DCM) today.
Ever After and Zone Design, the creative agencies, have merged to create MBC and hired Kayleigh McCardle, an associate at Lippincott, as the group business development director.
We Are Social's UK creative director James Nester is joining Weber Shandwick to be its executive creative director.
DreamWorks Animation is to debut its DreamWorks channel in Thailand alongside local pay TV operator CTH and HBO Asia.
National Geographic Channels International has launched a global TV campaign for a new series about the noughties.
Made.com, the online furniture retailer, has appointed a TV agency and a print agency, as it seeks to present a single, unified image across different advertising channels.
Sky has hailed end-of-year financial results for the 12 months to 30 June 2015 as being "outstanding", after it posted an adjusted pre-tax profit of £1.20 billion, an increase of 6 per cent on the previous year.
Carpetright, the carpet retailer, has retained Different as its creative agency in the UK following a competitive pitch.
Tham Khai Meng, the worldwide chief creative officer of Ogilvy & Mather offers his take as big tech heavily bets on virtual reality.
This industry doesn't crap on about creativity enough. You may have detected a note of sarcasm in that sentence.
Twitter's new chief executive must value relationships as well as traffic, says Martin McNulty, the chief of digital marketing agency Forward3D.
ITV delivered strong financial results for the first half of the year as ad revenue rose by 5 per cent.
Mass deforestation and devastating climate change are major threats to the future of our planet. But what if one brand could single-handedly tackle this global problem?
Bauer Media UK has made four appointments for the newly created roles of chief technology officer and heads of social, analytics and search for Xcel Media, its digital arm.
UK adspend in the first quarter of the year was the highest on record, hitting £4.7 billion, an 8.2 per cent growth compared with the same period last year, according to figures from the Advertising Association/Warc Expenditure.
The blogging platform is already punching above its weight with tech and business influencers.
Gumtree.com, the classifieds website, will sponsor all of BT Sport's coverage of the coming season's Premier League football matches.
Marmite has launched a Woodstock-inspired campaign and a Marmite Love Café, to promote a summer version of the spread.
Wunderman UK has taken on four people to strengthen its strategic and creative teams.
'You can, you up', a curious "Chinglish" catchphrase uttered frequently by millennials in China, carries a warning for older marketers targeting the youth segment, participants at a youth-marketing conference were told.
A Sky Sports ad starring Thierry Henry, the former France and Arsenal footballer, sharing the history of England's top football league, has taken the top place in the chart.
The Apple Watch may have moved its image upscale, but Apple has lost points as an indispensable brand.
Gio Compario, Gocompare.com's maligned opera-singing mascot, returned to TV advertising last night (26 July).
Pearson is in talks to sell its 50 per cent stake in the Economist within days after its sale of the Financial Times to Nikkei, with a major investor already confirming its interest in increasing its stake.
Audible, Amazon's audio book arm, is sponsoring the third series of Dave's Crackanory, featuring Christopher Lloyd, Sarah Millican, Tamsin Greig, Greg Davies and Simon Bird.
The follow-up to Moneysupermarket.com's successful "epic strut" ad features a builder pole dancing to Liberty X's 'Just A Little'.
Bauer Media has appointed Cosmopolitan's deputy editor Suzy Cox to be editor of Heat magazine.
The BBC has handed its media business to Havas Media, following a competitive pitch process.
BT is kicking off a major ad campaign featuring Gareth Bale and David Luiz to support the launch of European football on its BT Sport channel.
Deezer has appointed pd3 to create its first UK ad campaign, as the music-streaming service's boss calls rivals' campaigns "bland".
Vizeum UK, the Dentsu Aegis Network media shop, has promoted Charlie Ebdy to head of strategy.
Andrew Bell, Geometry Global UK's managing partner, explains why he is scrapping the client service director title.
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