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Blog: The power of the live experience is palpable in Cannes

Blog: The power of the live experience is palpable in Cannes

Caspar Mason, senior creative strategist at Jack Morton Worldwide, blogs from this year's Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity.

Universal to create Hangover Beach Retreat as part of Cannes Lions

Universal to create Hangover Beach Retreat as part of Cannes Lions

Universal Publishing Production Music will host a Hangover Beach Retreat tomorrow (22 June) as part of its activation around this

Eventographic: 2016 in numbers

Eventographic: 2016 in numbers

With a raft of big events coming up in 2016, Event takes a look at the year ahead in numbers.

Protein signs up Stella Artois and Converse to new social media tool

Protein signs up Stella Artois and Converse to new social media tool

Audience-led agency Protein has announced that Stella Artois and Converse are the among the first clients of its social media

What's really next for pharma?

What's really next for pharma?

McCann Health hosted a lively debate on the future of pharma branding at the Cannes Lions Health international creative festival.

How the marketing industry is failing the future
Are we failing the future?

Are we failing the future?

The next-gen crisis: are we failing to discover, develop and retain the diversity of talent required to be the next

What really is the future of video?

What really is the future of video?

Campaign, alongside the video advertising specialist Teads, hosted a heated discussion in Cannes on the future of video: how it's

Creatives outdoors at Cannes

Creatives outdoors at Cannes

Campaign caught up with creatives at the Cannes Lions to discuss the opportunities in digital out-of-home, how things have evolved

Cannes is bigger but also more important, says Lions Festival chief

Cannes is bigger but also more important, says Lions Festival chief

Philip Thomas, the chief executive of Lions Festival, responds to criticism that the Cannes Lions festival has become too big.