The marketing leader explains how Mars is trying to give a platform to women whose voices 'are not typically heard' and discusses what more the industry needs to do to achieve true equality.
Policy aims to break down taboo of speaking about the menopause at work.
The campaign follows #WombStories and supports earlier diagnosis of endometriosis.
The programme will offer training, mentorships and job opportunities to young people from ethnic-minority and low social mobility backgrounds.
Shift is a free educational programme for aspiring creatives from non-traditional backgrounds.
Campaign by Uncommon aims to reignite the spark between home-buying couples.
'Faster brings us closer' shows romance blossoming in the world of online gaming.
Free reading platform Leo makes a creative education more accessible to students with dyslexia.
Incumbent McCann London has worked on account since 2018…
As part of Campaign's 'Not Normal' series of essays about 2020, we examine the negative impact of climate change, which made its presence felt in 2020, but also the way that coronavirus brought some environmental positives.
The project is the latest in the brand's 'Inspired by a true photo' campaign.
The supermarket received backlash for its decision to cut a scene featuring a black couple from a 'Food love stories' ad released last month.
The brand continues its 'Ladies let's lube' campaign.
Unique circumstances have laid groundwork for new 'disruptive' shops…
First project is a five-part web series by a theatre director.
Agency lost PepsiCo brand Walkers earlier this year.
Animated film follows a displaced jaguar called 'Jag-wah'.
It is the latest campaign for the brand by Droga5 London.
It is the second year of The Brooklyn Brothers' initiative to introduce ethnically diverse young people to creative careers.
Adrian Rossi will serve as creative chairman and Emily Somers as client and marketing partner.