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Rightmove hires chief marketing officer from Just Eat

Iain Kennedy will depart the role after eight years at Rightmove.

Diagram of a person's brain with music ads in the different parts of the brain

The hills are alive with the songs of adland

Tunes have been advertising's friend for a long time, but how do brands and agencies harness the power of music

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Doritos and Just Eat help fans celebrate at the Uefa Women’s Euro 2022 Fan Festival

The event takes place until 31 July in Trafalgar Square.

Two lovebird characters, Izzy and Lloyd, sit on the edge of a plant pot containing a palm, while in the background a couple sit talking by a swimming pool

Just Eat animatronics return to Love Island villa with expanded menagerie

Campaign will also feature Just Eat partners for first time, including McDonald's and Greggs.

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Private View: Just Eat, Expedia, Coors Light and more

Creative chiefs review the latest ads.

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From Snoop to Katy Perry: Just Eat’s masterclass in playing the music passion arena

A colourful way of showing up, defined and ownable phonic branding, and appropriate product appearances in its advertising ensured that

Katy Perry sits at the head of a table filled with food.

Katy Perry takes the reins from Snoop Dogg in new Just Eat ad

McCann London has worked with Just Eat since 2019.

Patrons at a bar look stunned watching sport on TV. Photo: Getty Images

TV industry bullish after 'record-breaking' ad investment soars to £5.5bn

Advertisers lift annual TV investment by £1bn, breaking previous record in 2016.

Snoop Dogg: has fronted several memorable Just Eat ads in recent years

Just Eat Takeaway.com dishes up consolidated global media account

Appointment follows a head-to-head review.

Matt Bushby