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Prudential, the financial services company, used a video distributed through social media to raise awareness of the issue of unemployment among American veterans.

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Tech company Microsoft empowered and inspired young females around the world to pursue a career in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math).

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As part of a series of initiatives celebrating its bicentenary, Australian bank Westpac created a kids' rash vest with CPR instructions to highlight its commitment to future generations.

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Sportswear brand Reebok used a multimedia strategy to change the sexist nature of the narrative for women's fitness in India and close the gap on market-leader Nike.

News

NEW DELHI: Coca-Cola is spending around three times as much as normal on the India Premier League this year as it takes on regional brands and pushes new variants of its leading products.

Article

Analysing trends in media strategy, including the use of data, tech, channel integration and partnerships, with lessons drawn from the winners of the WARC Media Awards.

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Telco Sprint launched a chatbot-based game in Facebook Messenger to drive positive engagement with the Latino market in the US.

News

LONDON: UK publishers witnessed 5.6% growth in total digital revenues in 2017 compared to 2016, with the increase largely fuelled by 27% annual revenue growth in display advertising, a new study has revealed.

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David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, a charity based in West Africa, created Hello in Elephant, a world-first human-elephant translator.

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Coca-Cola, the soft drinks giant, believes its Freestyle machines – which allow consumers to pick between, and mix, over 150 beverage flavors – offer numerous possibilities for driving growth.

Article

Brands including telecom manufacturer Samsung and Westpac, one of Australia’s largest banks, are rethinking the role of TV in their marketing strategies.

News

SYDNEY: Four days after several sponsors reacted decisively to the admission of ball tampering by three Australian cricketers, there are now suggestions that they may have been too quick to pull the plug.

News

HONG KONG: Bloomberg, the business-focused media group, plans to expand its TicToc 24-hour video news channel into Asia, as it seeks to broaden its appeal to younger consumers.

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Global strategies, campaign updates and trends in the banking category.

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Global strategies, campaign updates and trends in the savoury snacks category.

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Global strategies, campaign updates and trends in the hot drinks category.

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Global strategies, campaign updates and trends in the energy drinks category.

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Global strategies, campaign updates and trends in the insurance category.

Case Study

UnitedHealthcare, a for-profit health care company, showed Americans that they could trust the brand by creating a cross-platform campaign that highlighted the complications of the health care system through real medical codes.

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Budweiser, a beer brand, launched a TV commercial at the Super Bowl 2017 to reconnect with its target and increase brand relevance in the US.

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Truth Initiative, a nonprofit tobacco control organization, raised awareness of the tobacco industry’s targeting towards young, low-income groups by launching a campaign at the Grammys in the US.

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Mr. Clean, a cleaning brand owned by P&G, reinvented its brand in the US by creating a TV spot for the Super Bowl that revealed the new, hotter-than-ever, Mr. Clean.

Gunn Report

Contains the creative for the 'Star Plus EK #NayiSoch' campaign for Star India by the agency Mindshare in Mumbai.

News

GLOBAL: Sports sponsorship offers a unique opportunity for brands to reach highly engaged audiences but, warns an industry figure, without activation it is little more than a media buy.

Article

Football marketing has come a long way since Nike’s iconic 1998 World Cup ad featuring the Brazil team playing kickabout in an airport, not least because of social media which has shifted the focus to individual players.