Rock Pamper Scissors, the start-up created by former Just Eat chief marketer Mat Braddy, is bringing the always-on mobile mentality to the hairdressing world. He talks to Sarah Shearman.
O2 has unveiled its "More for you" strategy, backed by a multimillion-pound campaign from VCCP, that departs from its "Be more dog" work.
Deliveroo, the meal delivery app, has struck a deal Pizza Express to deliver the restaurant chain's pizzas to customers across the UK.
TMW Unlimited has made a string of promotions and a new hire as it looks to bolster its strategy department.
Comedian Alan Carr could be donning a pair of tiny shorts and taking on Dave and Colin for his hijack of Moneysupermarket.com's "#EpicDanceOff" ad, as part of Channel 4's Comedy Gala on Sunday (29 May).
MasterCard is tapping into the "madness" and "irrational emotions" of football fans for its sponsorship of the 2016 Uefa Champions League.
The Daily Mail & General Trust has issued a profit warning after experiencing a sharp decline in print revenue and a double-digit decrease in profits.
Estée Lauder has teamed up with Cosmopolitan to create a microsite targeting millennials, for the launch of the cosmetic giant's new makeup range, The Estee Edit.
The IPA has seen record numbers passing its Foundation Certificate, while the number of distinctions has fallen by more than half on last year.
Facebook is once again the fastest growing media owner in the world, propelled by its success in mobile where other organisations have floundered, according to a forecast from Zenith.
There is a huge and untapped opportunity for brands in women's sports, but marketers must not treat them like "mugs," according to Tanya Joseph, director of business partnerships at Sport England.
Chanel, Starbucks and Cartier are the most popular lifestyle and fashion categories brands among China's growing middle class, according to a report by Luxe.co, a Chinese fashion business platform.
The growth of the women's category in sportswear will outpace men's in two to four years, according to Under Armour's former EMEA head of marketing, Chris Carroll, who identified women and international expansion as two key pillars of the business to drive future growth.
Transport for London is expanding its ad sales operation beyond outdoor advertising and has started a search for partners to leverage the huge volume of travel data it has on Londoners.
The BBC is airing content from external partners for the first time, as it endeavours to become an "open BBC," showcasing the best of British arts.
"We are on the cusp of a new boom in storytelling," according to Felix Barrett, founder and artistic director of Punchdrunk. "It will start knocking on our doors and entering our homes -in a not too scary way."
R/GA's co-founder and CEO discusses VR, 3D printing and the future of the workplace
Women have better things to do than be beach body ready - like win the World Cup - a team of creatives from BBH New York point out.
Havas Worldwide's survey shows how technology is altering consumers' perceptions of the body and self.
Science fiction becomes a reality and wearables make it onto the official tote bag at this year's geek fest.