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Industry leaders share visions of working 'beyond the 9 to 5'
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Industry leaders share visions of working 'beyond the 9 to 5'

Industry leaders share their visions for the future of work, attracting new talent and creating the space and the structural changes to enable people to bring their whole selves to work.

BMW uses Snapchat's augmented trial lens for X2
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BMW uses Snapchat's augmented trial lens for X2

BMW has taken Snapchat's new augmented trial lens for a spin by letting customers "try" out the X2 by customising its colours, viewing it from all angles and changing its location.

Living legends: how brands can bring icons back to life
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Living legends: how brands can bring icons back to life

We have the technology to include deceased stars in modern art and advertising. But how can brands do it respectfully and authentically, and delight fans old and new?

Don Draper is dead: how technology and data are helping startups jump into the TV advertising game
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Don Draper is dead: how technology and data are helping startups jump into the TV advertising game

Startups are launching into TV advertising at full force and are reaping the rewards while other advertisers shy away, says Quirk Creative's founder.

Why advertising shouldn't fear mental illness
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Why advertising shouldn't fear mental illness

As professional communicators, it's about time we figured out how we can initiate those conversations, says a creative director at RTO+P.

Selfridges revives cannon confetti for Christmas extravaganza
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Selfridges revives cannon confetti for Christmas extravaganza

Department store Selfridges will be firing confetti from cannons at its Oxford Street store's central atrium, accompanied by a festive-themed marching band parade.

The future of news is not about human journalists
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The future of news is not about human journalists

Six spots from advertisers who didn't forget that Thanksgiving exists
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Six spots from advertisers who didn't forget that Thanksgiving exists

From stretchy pants to movie-star deliveries, these brands know how to celebrate.

Uber would have been fined €20m for data breach under GDPR
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Uber would have been fined €20m for data breach under GDPR

If Uber had been subject to the GDPR, it would have had to pay a fine of 4% of its global annual revenue, or €20m (£17.75m), a cyber law barrister has said.

Glenfiddich brings brand to life on 69th floor of the Shard
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Glenfiddich brings brand to life on 69th floor of the Shard

Single malt Scotch whisky brand Glenfiddich is staging an activation in collaboration with the View from the Shard, with guests able to make their perfect serve of the drink and discover what it says about them.

TV Turkeys: The worst shows of 2017
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TV Turkeys: The worst shows of 2017

From broadcast to cable to streaming, there was plenty of bad content to go around this year.

We urgently need to take a new approach to wellbeing
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We urgently need to take a new approach to wellbeing

The chief executive of Nabs explains why the industry support charity has developed a new, seven-pronged model of what wellbeing means.

Paperchase joins the ranks of Daily Mail detractors - but is this move a suppression of free speech?
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Paperchase joins the ranks of Daily Mail detractors - but is this move a suppression of free speech?

Paperchase is the latest brand to distance itself from the Daily Mail after criticism from social media users - but what are the risks when brands take this step?

Shell aims to change energy brand image through coffee-fuelled bus
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Shell aims to change energy brand image through coffee-fuelled bus

With many millennials concerned about climate change, the perception of big energy brands has not always been positive. Shell has been working with start-up, Bio-bean, to try and change this.

News UK, Guardian and Telegraph co-found Verified Marketplace for video ad sales
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News UK, Guardian and Telegraph co-found Verified Marketplace for video ad sales

Newspaper rivals News UK, The Guardian and The Telegraph have launched a premium marketplace for video advertising in a rare act of industry unity.

Helen Edwards named columnist of the year at BSME awards
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Helen Edwards named columnist of the year at BSME awards

Campaign columnist Helen Edwards has been named B2B columnist of the year by the British Society of Magazine Editors at its annual awards bash.

Dogs Trust offers behind-the-scenes access to its centres with VR
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Dogs Trust offers behind-the-scenes access to its centres with VR

Dogs Trust, the animal charity, is using virtual reality to create an immersive experience centred around its care homes.

Branded copy has a positive impact on ad performance: NetElixer
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Branded copy has a positive impact on ad performance: NetElixer

Examining over 60,000 Google AdWords Expanded Text Ads, NetElixir's 'Ad Copy Championship' looks at the choices that drove the highest conversion.

MediaCom picks up Vauxhall-Opel media account across Europe
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MediaCom picks up Vauxhall-Opel media account across Europe

MediaCom has picked up the estimated £300m Vauxhall/Opel media account across Europe.

Do the changes to Cannes Lions go far enough?
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Do the changes to Cannes Lions go far enough?

Cannes Lions-owner Ascential has made a host of changes to its 2018 festival, but are they sufficient to silence the critics?

Blackwood Seven, Fjord, IBM, Just Eat and R/GA to feature in Campaign AI event
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Blackwood Seven, Fjord, IBM, Just Eat and R/GA to feature in Campaign AI event

Founders and leaders from Blackwood Seven, IBM, Just Eat, R/GA and Accenture's Fjord are among those taking part in a Campaign breakfast event on artificial intelligence.

Event Awards 2017: The winners
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Event Awards 2017: The winners

Nike Strike Night won the coveted Grand Prix award at the Event Awards 2017, held on 22 November.

Event Awards 2017: Venue Team of the Year
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Event Awards 2017: Venue Team of the Year

Event looks at how the team at East London venue Troxy have gone above and beyond to win Venue Team of the Year at this year's Event Awards.

The great Christmas ad review of 2017
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The great Christmas ad review of 2017

Just like carols and mince pies, Christmas ads are a festive tradition. Campaign's reviewers take a look at this season's offerings from eight major retailers including John Lewis and Marks & Spencer.