Skittles "Romance" by Adam & Eve/DDB
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Skittles "Romance" by Adam & Eve/DDB

Skittles' third consecutive Super Bowl ad shows a lovesick young man throwing pieces of the candy at a girl's bedroom window.

Campari "Killer in red" by JWT
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Campari "Killer in red" by JWT

Clive Owen is the mysterious barman singled out by a beautiful woman in this film noir for Campari.

Watch: Publicis launches Publicis One model in Turkey
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Watch: Publicis launches Publicis One model in Turkey

Publicis Groupe has appointed a leadership team for Publicis One Turkey, the new business model it has introduced in over 50 markets globally.

Watch: Skittles gets romantic for Super Bowl LI spot
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Watch: Skittles gets romantic for Super Bowl LI spot

The 30-second ad from adam&eveDDB will appear in the first quarter.

How to put your brand firmly in the driving seat
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How to put your brand firmly in the driving seat

Drive all day, party all night - this year's international Modball Rally is the perfect opportunity to accelerate your brand's performance

Dyson "The smart rooms" by Livity
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Dyson "The smart rooms" by Livity

Dyson's Smart Rooms challenge is looking for participants who can crack the code found in this short animation.

Dippin' Dots CEO to Sean Spicer: Let's be friends
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Dippin' Dots CEO to Sean Spicer: Let's be friends

"The ice cream of the future" offered an olive branch to the embattled White House press secretary on Monday.

In the future tech will change, people won't
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In the future tech will change, people won't

The psychology of personalization.

Huawei partners with London's Saatchi Gallery to examine history of the 'selfie'
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Huawei partners with London's Saatchi Gallery to examine history of the 'selfie'

The Chinese tech company is looking for creative ways to increase its cultural presence in the UK.

Guardian 'considers' launching tabloid format and printing deal with News UK
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Guardian 'considers' launching tabloid format and printing deal with News UK

The Guardian is considering becoming a tabloid and outsourcing printing to rival News UK, according to reports.

Data company Lad Media hit by £50,000 fine for 'spam' text messages
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Data company Lad Media hit by £50,000 fine for 'spam' text messages

Lad Media, a Manchester-based data company, has been fined £50,000 for its part in sending nearly 400,000 text messages about debt management.

R/GA London picked for global launch of N performance cars
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R/GA London picked for global launch of N performance cars

Korean carmaker Hyundai has picked R/GA London to handle the launch of its sub-brand N's performance line-up following a four-way competitive pitch that took place just before Christmas 2016.

Geico takes No. 1 spot on YouGov's first-ever 'Ad Awareness' ranking
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Geico takes No. 1 spot on YouGov's first-ever 'Ad Awareness' ranking

New survey reveals a gap between what brands spend and what viewers remember seeing.

Former HSE Cake production lead joins Produce UK
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Former HSE Cake production lead joins Produce UK

Neil Mortimer, the former head of production at HSE Cake, has joined event agency Produce UK, in the newly-created role of head of event-making.

Watch: is cheaper Internet of Things tech challenging big brands?
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Watch: is cheaper Internet of Things tech challenging big brands?

Campaign visited the IoT global tech expo in London this week to take a look at some of the emerging new technologies surrounding the Internet of Things.

Asda launched Walmart Exchange ad platform in the UK
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Asda launched Walmart Exchange ad platform in the UK

The Walmart group has extended its private ad exchange, Walmart Exchange, to its UK subsidiary Asda - allowing Asda's suppliers to make use of its first-party data.

Applying for a job? Here's how to stand out from the rest
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Applying for a job? Here's how to stand out from the rest

Do you find it hard to make your job applications stand out from the crowd? We spoke to Adam Recruitment for their insider tips to help you get a competitive edge when applying for your next job.

Working with directors: What's in a (big) name?
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Working with directors: What's in a (big) name?

Great directors earn their reputations one project at a time--the next one could expand it or ruin it, writes the chief creative officer and co-head of CAA Marketing.

John Wittesaele appointed EMEA president of Xaxis
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John Wittesaele appointed EMEA president of Xaxis

WPP-owned programmatic media platform, Xaxis, has named managing director of Group M Connect, John Wittesaele as president, EMEA, reporting to global president, Nicolas Bidon.

Cindy Gallop reveals the hardest part of running a sex startup (hint: it's you)
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Cindy Gallop reveals the hardest part of running a sex startup (hint: it's you)

The latest in our series of interviews between a rising copywriter and a senior executive about making it in the ad industry.

Bose's Super Bowl social campaign will place fans on the Jumbotron
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Bose's Super Bowl social campaign will place fans on the Jumbotron

The regular NFL season advertiser continues its social strategy for the big game.

Jay Z's Tidal streaming service sells $200m stake to Sprint
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Jay Z's Tidal streaming service sells $200m stake to Sprint

Tidal, the high-end music streaming service owned by Jay Z, has sold a third of its business to US telecoms company Sprint.

Yahoo sale to Verizon faces delay amid data breach investigation
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Yahoo sale to Verizon faces delay amid data breach investigation

Yahoo's $4.8bn (£3.8bn) deal to offload its core business to Verizon is now not expected to be completed until the second quarter of 2017, the company said, as it announced fourth quarter results.

Is unconscious behaviour driving our marketing decisions?
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Is unconscious behaviour driving our marketing decisions?

Behavioural economics can explain a lot of unconscious decisions we make.

Brands can learn from tales of the unexpected
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Brands can learn from tales of the unexpected

Why do advertisers follow convention when the evidence shows the power of being distinctive, Richard Shotton asks.