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Huawei signs up Scarlett Johansson and camera brand Leica to launch P9 smartphone

Huawei signs up Scarlett Johansson and camera brand Leica to launch P9 smartphone

Huawei unveiled its latest flagship smartphone, the P9, this week at a theatrical, two-and-a-half-hour launch event in London.

China's most valuable brands: Tencent, China Mobile and Alibaba dominate

China's most valuable brands: Tencent, China Mobile and Alibaba dominate

A challenger to Alibaba, a brand marketed by Danone, and an airline feature among ten brands that have broken into

Huawei signs Lionel Messi as brand ambassador to appeal to Europe and Latin America

Huawei signs Lionel Messi as brand ambassador to appeal to Europe and Latin America

Chinese mobile brand Huawei has signed up Barcelona star Lionel Messi as its global brand ambassador to help it connect

Huawei "school of pronunciation" by Dare

Huawei "school of pronunciation" by Dare

Here's a neat piece of content for Huawei, the Chinese telecommunications company.

Interactive: a global view of a marketer's life, from Guinness Nigeria to McDonald's Spain

Interactive: a global view of a marketer's life, from Guinness Nigeria to McDonald's Spain

Marketing is shining a spotlight on marketing directors around the world in a new online series hoped to build a

Chinese tech giant Huawei in UK advertising rethink

Chinese tech giant Huawei in UK advertising rethink

Huawei, the electronics company, is reviewing its UK advertising arrangements.

Goodstuff lands Huawei media task

Goodstuff lands Huawei media task

Huawei, the Chinese electronics company, has appointed Goodstuff Communications to its UK media account after a final pitch against Havas

Agencies line up for global Huawei brief

Agencies line up for global Huawei brief

The Chinese telecoms giant Huawei has kicked off a global pitch for a corporate brand strategy brief.

Pitch update

Pitch update

The Virgin Media and Eurostar pitches are getting close, but The Tate's advertising review is going at a rather slower