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Johnson & Johnson, the healthcare giant, has built out a Content Lab that helps it tell stories in more compelling ways.

Article

The Iconic, an Australian online fashion retailer, is using brand purpose and storytelling to drive its brand activations and social media.

Article

Showcases three of the strongest techniques to build more creative environments and to maximise creativity in marketing teams.

Article

Examines the findings of the IPA’s Culture First project and shows that successful brands are changing to evidence-based decision-making.

Article

Offers four tips for improving productivity within creative industries.

Article

Advancing the digital-marketing agenda inside large companies is often a complex task, and thus requires a carefully considered approach.

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Advertising agencies still have considerable progress to make when it comes to achieving gender equality in senior leadership, and with talent management for female employees throughout their ranks.

Article

This Company Profile from Euromonitor provides key details and analysis of Inter IKEA Systems BV.

Article

Mars Petcare has moved beyond traditional means of promoting and selling products for cats and dogs in order to thrive in a changing consumer ecosystem.

Article

GoDaddy, the internet services firm, has successfully moved beyond attention-grabbing sexist ads to embrace a brand and corporate strategy that is based around inclusivity.

Opinion

Why and how does a little agency in New Zealand consistently stay top of the world’s Creative and Effectiveness charts? Nick Worthington, the long serving Creative Chairman of Colenso BBDO, attempts to explain.

Article

Explores current writing and thinking on the topic of brand purpose, a powerful way to engage consumers and gain preference, it is fast becoming an expectation for some customers.

Opinion

Claudia Willvonseder is the CMO at IKEA Group and is the chair of the Effective Use of Brand Purpose category at the 2018 WARC Awards.

Article

Explores the cultural nuances of Thailand, which can stand in the way of outstanding creativity, including avoidance of confrontation, a hierarchical business culture, and fear of losing face.

News

APAC: While it is common for marketers to feel overworked, a new study confirms not only that a majority of brand and agency marketers have too much to do in too little time, but that a similar proportion feel the overwork is affecting their ...

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Nestlé and P&G have been investing in innovation for some time, learning and adapting their strategy for working with startups – here the companies share their lessons.

Article

United Airlines, the air carrier, has successfully increased employee advocacy on social media through taking a rigorous approach to driving this activity.

Opinion

Adrian Mills, Partner, Deloitte Australia, is judging the Effective Use of Brand Purpose category in the 2018 WARC Awards .

Article

Looks at how Grab, the ride-hailing company, turned into a household name in Asia and explains the brand's tips for success in becoming a homegrown billion-dollar company.

Research Paper

This study focuses on individual choices made about what ideas to show clients in the absence of copy testing; it examines the decision-making heuristics employed by a global advertising agency.

Article

Google, the technology giant, has evolved its marketing strategy while ensuring that its core underlying purpose remains consistent.

Article

Nest, the home-automation brand owned by Alphabet, believes that developing a flexible approach to marketing research is essential for the future.

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Content marketing can be difficult in a large organisation where siloes exist and practitioners need to find both allies and money.

Article

Ashley Stewart, the plus-size clothing retailer for women, drew upon an extremely strong brand for support as it sought to rebuild its ailing business.

Research Paper

Scholarly work over the past 15 years has demonstrated that corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives can have a positive impact on consumer behavior toward brands.