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Case Study

The University of Sydney, the Australian education institution, used programmatic and personalisation to increase postgraduate applications.

News

LONDON: If the FIFA World Cup in Brazil in 2014 can be regarded as the first social media World Cup, then brands should prepare for the tournament in Russia this summer to be dominated by fans sharing visual images with each other.

Opinion

What does a crash course in marketing theory teach you? WARC’s Editorial Assistant (Awards) Chiara Manco is currently studying for the IPA Foundation Certificate.

Article

Offers insight into how brands and agencies alike can prioritise effective data collection and management in the 'mass personalisation' era of marketing.

Case Study

Leveraging customer insight and digital data, American knives manufacturer Benchmade increased its market share through an effective campaign.

Article

Examines how audience insights can be used not only to make a campaign as targeted and tailored to the individual as possible, but also to outline where and when to invest media spend for maximum impact.

Case Study

The University of Sydney, in Australia, used programmatic to deliver highly personalised ads which led to an increase in postgraduate applications and a reduction in cost per acquisition.

Article

Agencies are having to rethink how they work if they are to be successful in a world where disruption is the name of the game.

News

SYDNEY: Auto brands in Australia must think beyond product features in favour of what their audiences are actually interested in to remain relevant, according to an agency creative director.

Article

This article outlines the challenges of brand differentiation in the automotive category and offers five steps agencies can adopt to create original and exciting automotive advertising.

Research Paper

This paper describes how Orange, the telecommunications provider, leveraged its digital research platforms globally to ensure the consumers' voice is always at the heart of the company and to promote quicker, smarter decision-making and action-taking.

Article

Brief writing is a core discipline that obliges the author to specify exactly what is required and expected in a compelling way, and affords a reference point against which to judge any outcome.

Case Study

This case study demonstrates how Deep RiverRock, the Irish water brand, managed to become the bottled water of choice for 18-35-year-olds in Ireland.

Article

This essay argues that agencies are fundamentally optimistic, while boardrooms are rather more glass-half-empty; agencies look to optimise while boardrooms prefer to limit damage, so agencies should use this paradigm to prove their value as 'immunisers'.

News

NEW YORK: Agencies may need to find new ways of integrating creative and media responsibilities if they are to serve the evolving requirements of clients, according to Keith Reinhard, Chairman Emeritus of DDB Worldwide.

Article

This article is based on an interview with Keith Reinhard, DDB Worldwide's Chairman Emeritus, and discusses many of the fundamental questions now facing the advertising industry.

News

LONDON: Jeremy Basset, the head of Unilever Foundry, the FMCG giant's platform to engage with start-ups and innovative companies, will chair the judging panel of the 2016 Warc Prize for Innovation.

Article

This event report outlines some views on the future direction of the planning discipline, which has had to cope with sweeping changes in the industry, not least the digital revolution.

News

LONDON: The future of the advertising industry lies in greater integration with other business functions, particularly technology, according to Sir Martin Sorrell.

Article

In this article Sir Martin Sorrell, chief executive of WPP Group, outlines the company's collaborative 'Team' model for servicing clients, as well as the challenges and opportunities presented by the digital revolution.

News

LONDON: Travel brands should consider a more sophisticated marketing approach when it comes to older consumers rather than simply putting them in a catch-all over-50 category, new research has claimed.

Article

This event report looks at research into consumer lifestages and suggests that marketers are often guilty of stereotyping different age groups and need to rethink their strategies as people's life journeys become ever more complex.

News

LONDON: Leading agency figures from BSSP, Cheil, Deutsch and McCann start the line up for the judging panel for the Warc Innovation Prize for 2014, chaired by Peter Espersen, head of community co-creation at Lego.

News

NEW YORK: Agencies must rapidly respond to the trend of disintermediation, and the "alert call" of brands setting up in-house shops, by creating more responsive and flexible models, a paper from Warc has argued.

Article

This event report discusses how Bose, the audio equipment brand, successfully enhanced the quality of the advertising produced by its in-house agency.