Francesca Leronni appointed group director of responsible media at Ebiquity.
Adland’s leadership opens up after getting through a year like no other.
Is now the time to join another industry?
Marketing leaders discussed how they dealt with the coronavirus crisis at the recent Campaign Connect conference.
As part of Campaign's 'Not Normal' series of essays about 2020, we look at how brands stepped up as Covid took hold, from tackling food poverty to supporting NHS workers and producing life-saving equipment.
Should Nike and other brands stay clear of politics?
Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO and Adam & Eve/DDB have each won a gold in the Sustainable Development Goals category at Cannes.
MediaCom and Bartle Bogle Hegarty London have won the Grand Prix in the Media Lions category for Tesco's "Food love stories" and, in what was a strong day for MediaCom, the WPP agency brand was also named the Cannes Lions Media Network of the Year for 2018.
Adam & Eve/DDB was one of just a handful of UK outfits to make a mark in the Entertainment category at Cannes Lions.
Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO has won the Cannes Lions Design Grand Prix for its "Trash Isles" work for Plastic Oceans and LadBible.
The marketer behind the much-lauded "Blood normal" campaign for Bodyform opened up at Advertising Week Europe on the new direction the brand has taken to fight taboos around periods.
Droga5 London has been appointed to handle the global launch advertising for Mini Electric, following a competitive pitch.
Facebook is overhauling how its news feed works to make posts from businesses, brands and media less prominent.
Heavily favored to win at Cannes, the bronze statue delivered three big wins in the early days of the festival.
McCann New York's high-profile "Fearless girl" sculpture on Wall Street has won the Glass Lion Grand Prix at Cannes.
The world's 6th-largest marketing-services network wants a guarantee that its ads will appear in a "safe, regulated" environment.
BT has promoted Dan Ramsay to consumer marketing director, in a role that will see him take charge of the brand's consumer marketing and ad strategy.
The Government is seeking to emulate the success of its 2013 New Year 'quit smoking' ad, by focusing on how the dangerous chemicals in cigarettes cause "dirty blood".
The latest viral videos from Greenpeace, Pantene and Colnago
Gifts from the upmarket jewellery retailer Tiffany are the ones consumers who spend more than £100 a month on clothes would most like to receive for Christmas, according to a new survey by specialist media agency Cream.