After founding her agency 20 years ago, the 'social media geek' Tamara Littleton is gunning for growth and dedicated to making her workplace and the wider industry more inclusive.
Labour ad lets the Conservative leadership hopefuls do the talking to devastating effect.
All Advertising Week employees, including co-founder and chairman Matt Scheckner, will join the US events company.
Across Entertainment, Entertainment for Sport and Entertainment for Music, the UK won one gold, while the US won six.
Ad regulation is a tough job but the ASA is doing well in striking the right balance amid a challenging environment.
Linn Frost joins as managing director.
The Lollipop Mentoring founder tells of being 'in pain' when faced with discrimination in the industry, reveals her ambitions for global expansion and explains the importance of being connected.
The growth of Web3 offers myriad opportunities for brands to connect with consumers in new ways but there are issues to be ironed out to make it a safe and desirable experience.
We’re living through troubled times but advertisers touting themselves as purposeful brands must not punish quality journalism by pulling spend.
Up there with purpose and credibility as one of the industry's favoured buzzwords of the moment, trust nevertheless remains a slippery, elusive proposition.
Adland is navigating a return to office life following the lifting of the work from home instruction by the government.
Major shareholder attacked the FMCG giant’s sustainability strategy.
Adam & Eve/DDB said the 2022 drive will be the biggest to date.
The film by Saatchi & Saatchi London aims to show the power of EE’s Full Fibre Max broadband.
How long will agency arguments about helping high-carbon brands make a change hold water not only with consumers but also their own talent?
The pandemic’s presence was strongly felt once more despite 'Freedom Day' in the UK marking a lifting of many restrictions and the return of major sporting events around the world.
Two very different types of campaigns from BrewDog and John Lewis have drawn consumer complaints recently.
Largest study of its kind painted a disturbing picture of the agency briefing process.
This year's cohort are steering their brands into a post-pandemic world having been forced to work in different and, arguably, better ways.
Baugh takes over as GCS leader as Aiken moves to new role.