Topic page for Ebay at Campaign UK

Campaign UK topic page, a collection of Ebay articles and analysis

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Five of the best emotion-powered tech

From brow translators to emotion reading radios, Event takes a look at five examples of emotion-powered technology.

Ebay's emotion powered pop-up was Event's most read story this week

Top five experiential stories of the week

Ebay's emotion powered shopping experience, Kodak's 'Kodakery' pop-up, Vype and Tinie Tempah, Norwegian's 5D virtual reality experience and Dole's smoothie

Ebay's emotionally powered pop-up

Five of the best activations from online brands

To mark the annual shopping days of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Event looks at five of the best brand

Ebay top open world's first emotion-powered pop-up

Ebay to open world's first 'emotion-powered' pop-up

Online retail and e-commerce brand Ebay is opening what it calls the world's first 'emotionally powered' pop-up store.

Breakfast briefing: VW shelves 'Das Auto' global ad slogan, Amazon and eBay could face VAT liability

Welcome to Marketing's morning briefing, a daily shot of news and a recap of the best longer reads and videos.

Carver reflects on how marketers decide on their budget allocations with a focus on PR stunts and experiential activation

Connect: Your shout

PR or experiential? Lizzie Carver, client services director at MCM Creative Group, looks at which activity offers a good return

Brands and broadcasters must scale programmatic to engage shoppers across devices

Ebay's director of advertising Phuong Nguyen argues that traditional broadcasters should sit up and pay attention to their digital contemporaries

The #EbayElves will provide individual gift purchasing suggestions

Ebay launches #EbayElves social gift concierge

Ebay has launched what it claims to be the world's first social gift concierge, to help Brits select gifts for

Dual screen Great British Bake Off campaign from the view of the brand and publisher

Ready, steady, real-time: a campaign from two sides

The term convergence is still used with surprising regularity and none more often when looking at how TV and digital