Senior agency strategists and executives from brands including Google, Nestlé and Nissan have been added to the jury panel for this year’s WARC Prize for MENA Strategy, bringing further regional expertise to the judging process.
WARC is today launching the WARC Prize for MENA Strategy 2020, a search for the best strategic thinking from the region’s marketing industry that has driven results in the Middle East and North Africa.
Mobile is increasingly seen by marketers in APAC and EMEA to be an effective marketing channel, but as it continues to be a disruptive force across industries it has yet to reach its potential, according to new studies from WARC and the Mobile ...
Summarises the findings of WARC's latest mobile marketing survey, conducted across EMEA on behalf of the Mobile Marketing Association, to assess how advertisers and agencies are using, and planning to use, mobile in their marketing activities.
New content strategies, novel ways of driving footfall, real stories and a focus on the next generation of parents are among the marketing trends that are proving successful in the MENA region according to a new WARC report.
Both local and global brands are well represented in the shortlist for the 2019 WARC Prize for MENA Strategy, with Saudi Arabia’s Jarir Bookstore and the UAE’s Al Tayer Motors in the mix along with the likes of Coca-Cola and ...
Garrett Olexiuk, WARC Prize for MENA Strategy, Entrant, 2019
Luxury vehicle brand Infiniti deployed a combination of efficient and unconventional media placements in the MENA region to convince World Cup viewers to visit its website and learn more about its new Q50 model.
Looks into the subtle cues of affluence emerging in today’s Middle East, where there is a big difference between being rich and being affluent – the latter speaks to something deeper and more meaningful.
Amazon.ae is the brand which achieved the largest rise in its Ad Awareness in the UAE during May. The uplift coincides with Amazon and Souq announcing the launch of Amazon.ae at the beginning of the month.
This case study explains how Coca-Cola used a music-based branded content platform and a campaign across TV, social media and on-ground, to connect people in Arab countries by encouraging them to sing together.
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