How Hostelworld, Google Zoo and Lucky Generals got the world talking

Hostelworld, Google Zoo and Lucky Generals helped young people staying in hostels to communicate more easily by adding a clever bit of functionality to the Hostelworld app. The work won the Power of Partnership category at Campaign's Marketing New Thinking Awards, held in association with Sky Media.

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Industry bodies cry foul over TfL plans to ban junk food ads
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1 Industry bodies cry foul over TfL plans to ban junk food ads

The Advertising Association has hit out at the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, over the announcement of plans to ban the advertising of foods high in fat, salt and sugar from Transport for London sites.