The retailer has brought its Cinderella-inspired "You shall" campaign to life in stores across the country, hoping to engage with customers through a "special and unique" shopping experience.
The multi-sensory experience company, usually known for its spectacular culinary events, has launched a non-food exhibition that focuses on the supernatural.
Ahead of the Big Awards, Campaign caught up with some of the judges.
Stylist, the ShortList Media-owned free title, created a larger event for its readers with content that appeals to the "influential metropolitan woman".
We spoke to Nick Thain, chief executive of sports news outlet GiveMeSport, about the increasing role of technology and AI in sport and sports media.
We spoke to Netmums and Channel Mum founder, Siobhan Freegard and broadcaster Kate Thornton about how brands need to be talking to all women; not just millennials.
Following the success of his Instagram account, MediaCom's Tom Curtis has released a book featuring his kids' drawings in a bid to encourage the next generation to unleash their creativity.
Campaign's Nicola Kemp spoke to Vauxhall and ad agency Mother about their radical Crossland X campaign, which aims to tackle the poor relationship the automotive industry has with women.
Mozilla, the non-profit company and founder of web browser Firefox, has created an exhibition that aims to show people how their personal data is tracked and used across the internet.
Benefit, the cosmetics brand, has created a 70s-themed disco to launch a brow gift pack in the run up to Christmas.
Green & Black's, the Cadbury-owned chocolate brand, created a Red Riding Hood fairytale-themed event to promote its new Velvet Edition range.
Ikea has been hosting house parties in London this week to celebrate 30 years in the UK.
Heinz is celebrating the different way people enjoy its baked beans with a dining bus that is touring the country.
The MediaWeek Awards took place at the Grosvenor House Hotel last week; we spoke to some of the winners.
Esquire opened their London Townhouse for four days of events in collaboration with luxury goods brand Dior.
The Poster Girls exhibition celebrates a century of art and design, marking 100 year since women's suffrage in the UK.
In support of World Mental Health Day, Havas London hosted a panel discussion with Love Island's Chris Hughes to discuss his latest campaign with Topman and men's charity, Calm.
Consumer healthcare company GSK has opened a new Consumer Sensory Lab which aims to help them understand consumers' sensory preferences.
Powered by the IPA, the nationwide one-day initiative saw over 70 agencies across the UK invite a host of different people to come and experience life in an ad agency.
Robert Campbell, who co-founded Rainey Kelly Campbell Roalfe, has created a horror theatrical experience as part of the cult horror movie brand Hammer.