The primacy of individual agency brands within holding companies is coming under intense scrutiny, and this could have long-term effects on creativity.
The Campaign podcast sits down with creative leaders behind John Lewis' Christmas ad and Amazon's Super Bowl spot to find out what it's really like to work under that kind of pressure.
Two former Unilever marketers have joined forces with the Mother-backed incubator Broody to launch a new detergent brand that aims to disrupt the laundry market by selling direct to consumers through letterbox delivery.
Ogilvy has promoted Ogilvy PR's EMEA chief Michael Frohlich to chief executive of Ogilvy UK, heading up all the integrated businesses.
As Mother turns 21, Campaign's global editor-in-chief looks at how the agency set a new standard for British creativity.
Nick Law, the global chief creative officer of R/GA, is leaving the company after 17 years to take on the newly created role of chief creative officer across Publicis Groupe and president of Publicis Communications.
Jeez, what a year. Wow. Who'd have thought it, eh? Impossible to have imagined back in January. Just mind-blowingly amazing. Talk about disruption. Phew...
It's the season when journals of record haul out platitudes about the importance of what's just gone and how the year ahead will be shaped by the events of the one behind. But I've never believed it as fiercely as I do at the death of 2017.
The ad industry has too often failed to deal with the issue of sexual aggression, even when an entire company has been aware there's a problem.
I usually like to get to know someone a little better before they share the brutal details of an intimate body piercing they've just had, but this was a marketer on a mission and her story was absorbing...
Publicis Groupe is realigning the creative agency Fallon away from Saatchi & Saatchi and setting it alongside Leo Burnett as it appoints Gareth Collins, chief executive of Fallon London, as chief across both brands.
Annette King, the chief executive of Ogilvy in the UK, has been poached by Publicis Groupe to take up the newly created role of chief executive of Publicis Groupe UK.
A client, a suit and a hack walk into a bar. 'Why the long faces?' asks the bartender as the morose trio haul themselves on to stools and order a round of very stiff drinks. 'I'm screwed,' they groan in chorus...
Uncommon, the new agency launched yesterday by the former Grey management team of Nils Leonard, Lucy Jameson and Natalie Graeme, has unveiled details of its approach to working with talent.
Patou Nuytemans, the chief digital officer of Ogilvy EMEA, is taking over as chief executive of Memac Ogilvy in the Middle East, replacing Edmond Moutran, the founder of the agency.
Nils Leonard, Lucy Jameson and Natalie Graeme, the former management team at Grey London, have named their start-up agency Uncommon Creative Studio and are open for business from today.
Adland's newest start-up is in the business of making a difference.
For almost five decades, Campaign's front page was the place where the people who shaped the industry were seen doing their shaping.
Can consultants snare agencies without smothering the thing that makes them desirable acquisition targets?
Something's gone wrong when reputations, bonuses and careers rest heavily on awards won and less on results achieved for clients.