As the planet warms, any attention is more than welcome.
How cashless solutions play a pivotal in growing cannabuisness.
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.
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.
A look at the situation from the other side.
Creative companies should embrace five phases of action, says Roberts.
The automaker is one of WPP's largest accounts.
A new Traackr survey shows which startups are making inroads.
It's a process, not a discipline, says this senior strategist.
Rivera tells Campaign what leaders can do to enhance diversity and inclusion.
The chain throws Reba McEntire out of the colonel rotation to launch new sandwich.
Carlsberg brand Tuborg has created a chatbot that invites users into the lives of celebrities and influencers.
The shape of ice cream is cleverly integrated within these artistic outdoor ads from Magnum.
The second season of Westworld - sci-fi thriller ripe with A.I. beings - airs April 22.
Brands are missing out by completely missing the point, says Lisa.
The acquisition comes as Ogilvy dismantles its model and builds a new internal structure.
About 25 percent of U.S. employees across the top 200 ad agencies use Fishbowl.
Universal Music imprint Mercury KX/Decca Publishing unveiled a new artist - with a twist.
Pfizer is tackling stigma around erectile dysfunction in an ad campaign for the new over-the-counter Viagra pill.
Pearson and FCB Inferno continue their Project Literacy campaign by bringing to life some of the challenges faced by adults who struggle to read and write.
Seifert said feedback from clients has been positive.
Dulux brand Cuprinol showcases its Garden Shades paint range with a simple yet beautiful print campaign celebrating the first shoots of spring.
The week's account wins and losses, promotions, new hires and layoffs.
The fully integrated campaign targets misperceptions about ongoing LGBT barriers.
Amid debates about gender inequality and the pay gap, sex toy brand MysteryVibe is trying to close a different kind of gap related to sexual pleasure.
ARC/Leo Burnett will handle in-store promotions.
The insurer hired Goodby as its new creative shop late last year.
Omincom Group reports 2.4 percent organic revenue increase for Q1.
What if the consumer had a say in creating a brand's advertising?
The British Red Cross champions the small ways in which anyone can make a difference through the power of kindness in a campaign aiming to raise the organisation's profile in the UK.
NHS Blood and Transplant's new TV campaign uses the metaphor of a traditional British milkman delivering milk to those in need.
Anomaly's Oli Beale and Ogilvy's Emma de la Fosse review ads from Apple, Ovo Energy, Amnesty International, McVitie's, Lacoste, E.ON, Knorr, BBC, Moneysupermarket.com and Channel 4.
The firm has launched a new campaign with BBH New York.
*Never sleeps again*
After 100 years of progress, AI bots have finally become too human for their own good.
A group of schoolchildren excitedly queue for an aquarium to see an "Ocean of the future" exhibition, but no colourful marine life is waiting for them.
The best creative is diverse, culturally relevant and defies stereotypes. Let's celebrate the best, boldest and most progressive work.
A gang of stylish ghosts gatecrashes a dull house party in an Ikea campaign encouraging people to express their personalities at home.
Major continues the trend of reviving long-forgotten pioneers.
Lenderman shares his lessons for purpose-driven marketing, with a bit of profanity mixed in.
The athlete tells of his career struggles and how he overcame them.
No clickbait. No political agendas. Lots of diversity. You're looking at the newsrooms of the future.
The Greatest Showman director Michael Gracey is behind this Schweppes ad, which introduces the new brand tagline "What do you expect?"
Spring is one of the biggest shopping seasons - as many start dreaming of outdoor activities and new wardrobes. Our research highlights key trends and how to act on them...
Reiner discusses where the industry is succeeding, falling short and more.
This is a more interesting way to bring a company's annual report to life.
Kettle Chips' new £3m campaign champions the belief that real is just better.