Topic page for Guinness at Campaign UK
Campaign UK topic page, a collection of Guinness articles and analysis
Guinness is aiming to continue its booming popularity in Africa by launching its first new product from within the continent
Guinness is following up its 'Intolerant Champion' ad campaign based on legendary record producer John Hammond with a series of
BrewDog is attacking bête noire Diageo in a low-budget campaign that makes fun of Guinness' famous 'Tick Follows Tock' advert.
As more cynically-minded consumers batten down the hatches against the deluge of Valentine-themed marketing mush raining down ahead of the
Debs Gerrard, a creative director at Albion, reveals three great ads she admires but had nothing to do with.
This year's 6 Nations will be unlike any other as it rides the coat tails of England hosting the Rugby
Guinness has unveiled a campaign celebrating John Hammond, the US record producer who defied racial segregation to promote black artists.
Guinness sales rose off the back of the Rugby World Cup, despite the beer being banned inside the 13 stadiums
Pimm's, O2, Guinness and Beats were the brands that proved, in 2015, that advertisers don't need an official sponsorship deal
Guinness has launched a TV campaign in South Korea that aims to get more people to try the stout.
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