Jennifer Small

Consulting editor
Will WFH destroy your career?

Will WFH destroy your career?

WFH could mean missed opportunities for development…

Will more WFH break agency culture?

Will more WFH break agency culture?

As the government encourages people to work from home where possible, what does it mean for agency life?

Elvis has left the building: agency is latest to rethink office set-up

Elvis has left the building: agency is latest to rethink office set-up

Next 15-owned outfit departs its home in favour of flexible 'creative hub'

Adland bosses: U-turn on return to offices is 'disappointing' and 'a blow'

Adland bosses: U-turn on return to offices is 'disappointing' and 'a blow'

Government’s new WFH advice leaves agencies in limbo.

'Closed' and 'exclusive': how can we open up adland's job market?

'Closed' and 'exclusive': how can we open up adland's job market?

Galvanised by recent BLM activism, agencies have begun to take a closer look at how they attract and retain BAME talent. So, can the notoriously 'closed' ad industry job market be prised open, or are recruiters causing a deadlock?

Burger King and Black & Abroad headline winners at D&AD Awards

Burger King and Black & Abroad headline winners at D&AD Awards

In the virtual 2020 ceremony, D&AD awarded four black Pencils, its highest accolade.

Pick of the Week: An early night (on an Ikea mattress) wins the race

Pick of the Week: An early night (on an Ikea mattress) wins the race

Ikea's prequel to Aesop's fable The Tortoise and the Hare highlights the importance of quality sleep

Will Dettol's 'back-to-work' ad campaign damage its brand?

Will Dettol's 'back-to-work' ad campaign damage its brand?

Disinfectant brand's latest ad sparked caustic reaction, but will it boost or blight the brand?

PHE launches UK's first mental health campaign targeting children and young people

PHE launches UK's first mental health campaign targeting children and young people

Film featuring prominent parents aims to tackle 'increase in mental health difficulties' among children.

Pick of the Week: Born Free plays to captive audience

Pick of the Week: Born Free plays to captive audience

Animal welfare charity Born Free uses our lockdown experiences to make us feel uncomfortable about wildlife in captivity.

Sheena Sauvaire appointed CMO at Yoox Net-a-Porter
Will new guidance mean a return to the office for adland?

Will new guidance mean a return to the office for adland?

With employers given 'more discretion' to bring staff back to work from 1 August, will agencies rush back into the office?

The long and winding road to recovery: rolling back emergency financial measures

The long and winding road to recovery: rolling back emergency financial measures

After the sudden lockdown, agencies must now begin to extricate themselves from the emergency financial and physical measures that went with it, but getting out will be far more complex than going in.

Worst agency redundancies to hit when govt furlough scheme ends

Worst agency redundancies to hit when govt furlough scheme ends

Half of agencies yet to make redundancies...

Does poor treatment of workers have an effect on brand reputation?
What major brands say about their Facebook adspend freeze

What major brands say about their Facebook adspend freeze

In the name of Stop Hate for Profit, brands including Ben & Jerry's and Coca-Cola speak out about pulling spend.

Brand recovery in a post-pandemic world

Brand recovery in a post-pandemic world

Lessons for brands from past recessions...

Currys PC World found the perfect pitch for young headphone buyers

Currys PC World found the perfect pitch for young headphone buyers

Influencers teamed up with Currys PC World to cut through the noise, boosting headphone sales by 18%.

Will brands' action towards employees affect customer loyalty when the crisis is over?
From furloughs to financing: Covid-19 business advice

From furloughs to financing: Covid-19 business advice

How to access Covid-19 business advice and help...