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LONDON: Amazon is reportedly in talks with some of Europe’s leading insurance firms about offering products for a new price comparison website in the UK, which could see the US retail giant disrupt yet another business sector if the plan goes ...

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LONDON: Volvo, the auto marque, partnered with broadcaster Sky Atlantic to create content that increased consumer engagement, shifted brand metrics and grew purchase intent.

News

NEW YORK: In the same week that the partners in a global tobacco industry watchdog group were announced, studies have highlighted how smoking and media depictions of smoking continue to be common in countries as diverse as Indonesia and the UK.

Opinion

The BBC is in a difficult position, and to overcome its challenges it must take radical steps, argues the Beyond Collective’s Zaid Al-Zaidy.

Article

Huggies, the diaper brand owned by Kimberly-Clark, enhanced its position in Canada thanks to its “No Baby Unhugged” positioning.

Article

Scotiabank, the financial-services provider, combined its sponsorship and philanthropic efforts in Latin America in an effective way.

News

LONDON: New rules force UK banks to publish their customers’ opinions of their total service offer in a development that shows Royal Bank of Scotland to be the UK’s least popular bank and First Direct the most popular.

News

LONDON: Leisure and entertainment is seen as the most innovative sector on mobile in the UK, according to a survey of marketers by WARC and the Mobile Marketing Association.

News

BARCELONA/GURGAON: La Liga, the top flight of Spanish football, has agreed a deal with Facebook to show all 380 league matches on the social network to viewers across south Asia with games available, at first, without ads as part of a strategy that ...

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Levi’s, the apparel retailer, is transforming the bricks-and-mortar retail experience to make it more engaging for shoppers.

Data

Summarises the findings of WARC's latest mobile marketing survey, conducted across the UK on behalf of the Mobile Marketing Association, to assess how advertisers and agencies are using, and planning to use, mobile in their marketing activities.

Article

The traditional Jung-inspired ‘12 Brand Archetypes’ are outdated – this article outlines alternatives that better reflect and promote more accurate representations of gender within creative work.

Article

The traditional approach to B2B communications needs to change as a younger demographic brings different attitudes to the workplace, as more people set up their own businesses and as digital technology alters how people interact.

Opinion

Margaux Revol, Senior Strategist at AMV BBDO, reflects on Bodyform’s #bloodnormal initiative that took the Glass Lion Grand Prix at Cannes Bodyform/Libresse (Essity) is a Feminine Care brand with a global presence, but still a challenger, far behind the P&G giants (Always and Tampax), particularly in the UK.

Article

Everyone has their own perspective on the challenges facing the advertising industry.

Article

Retailers looking to develop their in-store experiences should consider all the senses, not just sound and vision.

News

NEW YORK: Virtual voice assistants (VVAs) like Amazon Alexa and Google Home offer a range of opportunities for marketers, but new research has revealed that they also could pose a threat to brand loyalty.

Article

When Diversey, a provider of B2B cleaning products, lost its way after repeatedly changing hands, it turned to semiotics to reposition and rebrand itself.

News

LONDON: McDonald’s, the global QSR, is pursuing experiments with premium offers in the shape of a high-end Kensington “luxury” restaurant and “barista coffee” in the West End.

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MUMBAI: Social media buzz is proving a vital element in driving audiences to new Bollywood releases, according to a new study which indicates a much reduced role for traditional media.

Opinion

The ASA has had a positive flurry of activity on high fat, salt or sugar (HFSS) food ads, delivering rulings in no less than 4 cases on 8 August.

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LONDON: The problems facing UK high streets, such as parking difficulties and rising costs, have been exacerbated by e-commerce, and a new report finds that even older consumers are now routinely shopping online.

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SHANGHAI: As reports emerge of Google’s plans to re-enter China, some market experts aren’t optimistic about the company’s ability to crack the notoriously difficult market which is dominated by home-grown internet giants.

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LONDON: A majority of young people in the UK think they have influence on their peers but few regard themselves as influencers on social media and many reject the ‘influencer’ label, new research shows.

Article

Visit California, a nonprofit tourism group, moved from brand communications to targeting consumer passion points in a bid to boost visitor numbers to the Golden State.