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Starbucks, Disney and Skittles at London Pride

Starbucks, Disney and Skittles at London Pride

Event looks at how brands such as Starbucks, Disney, Skittles and Costa took part in London Pride, which took place

Top five experiential stories of the week

Top five experiential stories of the week

Mickey Mouse's Roadster Racer in London, a new venture from the former managing director of Pulse, B&Q's Open Garden, the

Event TV: Mickey Mouse's Roadster Racer comes to London

Event TV: Mickey Mouse's Roadster Racer comes to London

The iconic Disney character and his racing car have arrived in London to launch TV programme 'Mickey and the Roadster

Disney and Westfield team up to create new shopper experiences

Disney and Westfield team up to create new shopper experiences

The partnership between Disney UK and Westfield will bring Disney-themed play areas and family rooms, along with a series of

Disney and World Duty Free partner for Star Wars experience

Disney and World Duty Free partner for Star Wars experience

World Duty Free, in collaboration with Disney, is staging an experiential activation at Gatwick Airport, ahead of the release of

Brand Slam: Disney vs Warner Bros

Brand Slam: Disney vs Warner Bros

Event pitches the experiential marketing strategies of entertainment brands Disney and Warner Bros against each other.

Top five experiential stories of the week

Top five experiential stories of the week

A Virgin Trains' comedy event, Currys PC World's giant fan and Disney's Finding Dory Westfield activation are among the most-read

Disney bets on Nokia for virtual reality future

Disney bets on Nokia for virtual reality future

Disney has signed its first virtual reality partnership, handing Nokia's Ozo virtual reality camera to marketers and filmmakers across its

Brand bots on Facebook will need empathy and humanity to work

Brand bots on Facebook will need empathy and humanity to work

The robots are well and truly on the march, with their herald Mark Zuckerberg (and pretty much every digital media

Minions and Star Wars licensed to sell too much junk food, say health campaigners

Minions and Star Wars licensed to sell too much junk food, say health campaigners

Health campaigners have called on the government to take action on junk foods featuring licensed characters from popular family films.