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LadBible Group taps Jimmy Carr to front B2B campaign for new video ad product

LadBible Group taps Jimmy Carr to front B2B campaign for new video ad product

LadX only charges advertisers for 100% completed views of videos up to 10 seconds.

Engine raids Grey as exodus continues

Engine raids Grey as exodus continues

Chief growth officer exits to lead Engine's new Growth Studio.

Wunderman Thompson hires former Karmarama CSO Sid McGrath

Wunderman Thompson hires former Karmarama CSO Sid McGrath

McGrath left Accenture Interactive agency last month after 14 years.

Survival of the most co-operative

Survival of the most co-operative

Covid has sparked a succession of collaborative partnerships.

Clipper Teas "Generation tea" by Pablo

Clipper Teas "Generation tea" by Pablo

Clipper Teas caters for eco-savvy tea drinkers in an animated spot.

John Cooper Clarke, George the Poet, Hussain Manawer and Kae Tempest: the rise of spoken word in ads

John Cooper Clarke, George the Poet, Hussain Manawer and Kae Tempest: the rise of spoken word in ads

Brands must be careful not to stifle creativity in the process

Bloom & Wild "Care wildly" by Other

Bloom & Wild "Care wildly" by Other

Online florist Bloom & Wild gets sincere in its first campaign by Other.

Amazon, Microsoft and Spotify are fastest growers in Best Global Brands ranking

Amazon, Microsoft and Spotify are fastest growers in Best Global Brands ranking

Facebook's brand value declines for third straight year – but Instagram is a newcomer in the top 20.

Algorithms built for efficiency can be a disaster for diversity and fairness

Algorithms built for efficiency can be a disaster for diversity and fairness

We need to work with the algorithms, not for them.

NatWest "Extraordinary" by Pablo

NatWest "Extraordinary" by Pablo

, Pablo for NatWest

NatWest has launched a campaign supporting SMEs as the British economy faces another recession.