Haven, the UK-based holidays company, is reviewing its media planning and buying business.
The father of the world wide web talks to Maisie McCabe about the threats posed by artificial intelligence, our relationship with data and how media outlets and advertisers should use the web.
As we head into a period a Norwegian friend of mine delightfully calls the "cucumber season" - due to all the filler stories about growing vegetables - there is still plenty that demands our attention.
Amid Pompeii's ruins is a curbstone into which has been carved a penis proudly pointing the way to what was once one of the city's most popular brothels.
Customer engagement is a better term for this evolving discipline - it's no longer about using data to sell but about improving lives.
Another week, another set of headlines on bots.
A new book argues that advertisers are obsessed with persuading people to love a brand rather than buy it. The author explains all to Campaign.
Claiming that your brand came straight out of the ground, rather than off the factory production line, might be folly.
One of London's less decorated executive creative directors recently took me through a presentation of a major new ad campaign.
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