Spark Foundry UK has hired Wavemaker's global strategy chief Shula Sinclair for a newly-created role aimed at boosting the Publicis Groupe-owned media agency's global output.
Google has suspended all ads that feature Martin Lewis, the founder of Moneysavingexpert.com who is suing Facebook for failing to take down fake ads that use his name and face.
As the planet warms, any attention is more than welcome.
How cashless solutions play a pivotal in growing cannabuisness.
There are millions of modern, independent women with money in their pocket and the desire to spend it - but brands need to work harder to help them do so, warns Partners Andrews Aldridge's head of strategy.
Paramount Pictures has placed a number of gnomes at Baker Street tube station to mark the release of Sherlock Gnomes.
After its hugely successful "Look on the light side of disability" campaign, Maltesers is tackling a different diversity issue: the gender imbalance in advertising.
Lucozade Energy goes back to biblical times by purporting to tell the sequel to the David and Goliath epic.
Y&R London's creative technologist argues why sponsorship of social media is a better model than a new paid-for-everything world order.
Diageo, the drinks company that owns Gordon's, Captain Morgan and Smirnoff, is marking World Whisky Day with a whisky pairings dinner.
Everton players Wayne Rooney, Theo Walcott and Davy Klaassen surprise a group of primary school children by delivering a maths lesson they will never forget, in the Premier League's latest campaign to promote primary school education programme Premier League Primary Stars.
Department stores can be than an outlet - they have a constructive social role to play for both businesses and consumers, writes Wolff Olins' chief design officer.
Sky overtook Procter & Gamble as the UK's top spender on traditional advertising in 2017, increasing year-on-year spend by 2.7% to £197.1m, according to Nielsen data.
Budweiser and Boiler Room, the music broadcasting platform, are taking their music workshops and performance series to Chile.
The adage is truer than ever as a fast-changing landscape demands fresh thinking from brand marketers
Independence is a defining attribute, but really means nothing if it just starts and ends with a business status
Withdrawing its eggs from YouTube's basket, Google will now offer advertisers and agencies video ads outside the world's largest video search engine.
Tired of London, tired of life? Or simply tired of exorbitant rent, unreliable transport and an unforgiving achievement economy. In a post-Brexit world, London's position as a creative capital is under threat, Suzy Bashford writes.