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Upskirting and social media anxiety: GQ report lifts lid on modern masculinity

Study finds that three out of 20 men in the workplace do not view upskirting as sexual harassment.

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Visual search: The natural evolution in how we search for information

Visual search is expected to be one of the dominant themes at this week's Dmexco 2018 in Cologne. Why does...

BRANDS

The war against want: how the concept of 'self' rose up the marketing agenda

What brands should know about the new self-care agenda

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What brands should know about the changing face of social capital

From the joy of missing out to the rise of the experience economy, Wagamama's consumer director unveils the key trends...

AGENCY

Why diversity in tech matters

Platforms are often now the means of sharing advertising creative. So if the teams behind the creative are diverse, but...

BRANDS

The secret to brand success with voice? Look no further than Batman's butler Alfred

Brands have been advised to serve consumers in the manner of a "utopian personal butler" in IAB UK's first major...

AGENCY

Have we reached peak empowerment in marketing to women?

Rachel Pashley, the author of New Female Tribes, lifts the lid on smashing stereotypes and the power of 'Female Capital'....

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L'Oréal hails skin tone (and gender) diversity in foundation campaign
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L'Oréal Paris has launched a major campaign, #YoursTruly, to promote its new True Match Foundation range - a set of 23 shades that the brand says matches 98% of skin tones across all ethnicities.

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