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Lord Hobbs: 'It's all about how we can re-engage with new audiences'

Why is everyone raving about Media360 2015?

It's been a month since our first foray of Media360 by-the-sea, featuring more than 80 brands, and the response has

Costa: advertising on TV isn't impactful for coffee brands

Costa brand and innovation chief on why it doesn't advertise on TV

Costa brand and innovation director Carol Welch lifts the lid on Costa's marketing strategy, its expansion, and why it doesn't

The DMA: the group’s code of practice that addresses data privacy concerns was unveiled last year

The DMA and IDM merge to create Europe's largest marketing trade body

The Direct Marketing Association (DMA) and the Institute of Digital Marketing (IDM) have merged to create a stronger industry-wide organisation.

Jon Wilkins

The tragedy of Olive Cooke reveals a lack of humanity by charity marketers

The voluntary codes of contact under which charities operate do not appear to be working. Jon Wilkins, executive chairman of

YouTube: teams up with KitKat

YouTube takes over KitKat wrappers

KitKat, the Nestlé confectionery brand, is encouraging consumers to take a YouTube break in its biggest ever redesign.

Debi Bester: writer in residence at the Direct Marketing Association

Copywriters' misery spells the end of an era

Debi Bester, writer in residence at the Direct Marketing Association, reveals what copywriters really think.

Warburtons: celebrates the birth of Princess Charlotte

Princess Charlotte's birth prompts flurry of royal baby ads

When it comes to advertising your brand on the back of a real-time event, few opportunities come any bigger than

Ed Miliband: Labour Party

Labour Party winning social media election battle

The Labour Party is winning the social media election battle with its policymakers broadcasting nearly double the number of posts

Pret stores are offering what is being hailed as 'free flirt whites'

Why Pret's coffee giveaway leaves a bad taste

Pret's new 'loyalty' scheme, which allows staff to give free coffee to people they 'like' leaves Ben Stephens, executive chairman