The campaign, created by L&C NYC, imagines how technology would have worked in the past.
This week’s agency news, people on the move and brand buzz.
Borden chats about navigating COVID as a travel publisher, where the business stands today and the constant juggling act of being a digital media owner.
A hat tip to the senior advertising, media and marketing executives who kept it all spinning when the world was falling apart.
An internal memo details the holding company will push back discussion of a formal return to the office until Q4.
WPP media firm’s new stance comes as clients and employees seek more sustainable growth.
Media.Monks will offer clients one front door to walk in with flexibility to tap into capabilities and subject matter experts across the group.
The agency’s commerce practice grew more than 20% year over year in 2020.
Howard talks about how GoDaddy supports small businesses and the pros and cons of in-housing creative.
Demand for podcasts are high on the platform as it opens up programmatic inventory and inks exclusive deals with big names.
Business is back and brands that were in trouble a year ago are spending on marketing again. But the threat of the COVID-19 Delta variant looms large.
The remit covers the Americas, EMEA and APAC.
The French luxury giant, which also owns brands including Yves Saint Laurent and Balenciaga, is currently with Zenith.
The combined company will have global revenues of $2.1 billion and be renamed Stagwell Inc.
The new media division is bringing on talent from MightyHive and Hearts & Science.
Halloran talks about the evolution of financial services and tying marketing to corporate responsibility.
With Netflix and Peloton getting into the fray, gaming is no longer niche.
The nonprofit fights antisemitism in a recent OOH campaign.
The holding company revised its full year growth expectations upwards.
Organic growth rose double digits across disciplines and regions, but will taper off as year-over-year comps weaken.