WARC’s latest Global Ad Trends, a monthly report which uses the latest evidence to highlight trends in media investment, has found that the internet ad market is in decline beyond the Google and Facebook ‘duopoly’.
China is expected to overtake the US to become the world’s largest retail market this year, according to a new report that attributes the shift to the emergence of millions of new middle class Chinese consumers.
Six years of continuous growth in marketing spending came to an abrupt end in Q4 2018, the latest IPA Bellwether report shows, while Enders Analysis study explores the harsh impact of Brexit on the UK ad industry.
Growth in global advertising spend is expected to reach 3.8% in 2019, amounting to US$625bn, with some markets in Asia-Pacific – especially China and India – contributing above average rates of growth to the worldwide increase.
As the nation awaits the annual John Lewis opus, there are signs that UK retailers are taking a different advertising approach this year, eschewing blockbuster ads in favour of more direct appeals to get shoppers through their doors.
Online ad growth in the UK continues to exceed expectations, helping deliver a 20th consecutive quarter of market growth in the April-to-June period and another upwards revision to the full year forecasts carried in the quarterly Advertising ...
Advertisers are expected to spend a combined $66bn globally on sponsorship this year, though fewer than one in five are confident that they can actually measure the business value return of the sponsorships they undertake, according to a new WARC ...
GLOBAL: Advertiser expenditure on online video continues to grow rapidly thanks to a boom in mobile consumption and most of that spending is going on social platforms – despite concerns over brand safety and ad fraud – according to a ...
LONDON: Print has seen an unexpected rise in advertising spend, while the latest Advertising Association/WARC Expenditure Report also finds that total UK adspend grew 5.9% to £5.7bn in Q1 2018, 1.3 percentage points (pp) ahead of forecast.
GLOBAL: Global advertising expenditure is expected to grow by 3.9% to $613.5bn in 2018 and advertisers in Asia-Pacific will account for 41% of the increase, according to a new study from Dentsu Aegis Network.
JAKARTA: Advertising expenditure in Indonesia has risen during this Ramadan compared to last as people have spent increased leisure time watching TV, new data indicate, while retail spending is also expected to surge.
Dan Calladine, WARC Exclusive, December 2018
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