With new platforms arising all the time, and audience tastes changing and evolving, how can brands succeed in a multi-channel world?
Industry leaders reframe the independent agency imperative at Worldwide Partners’ global summit
UM’s U.S. CEO Lynn Lewis discusses the role of culture at an organization and the importance of embracing opportunities for mentorship and partnership
Arnold + Havas Media Bostons’ chief talent officer shares her thoughts on the qualities that are critical for industry leaders and her own biggest inspiration.
Crossmedia’s managing partner discusses growing with a company over 15 years and inspiration from Dolly Parton.
PMG Digital Agency’s senior designer Cynthia De La Torre Castro discusses the traits needed to achieve longevity in the creative industries and the ways TikTok has brought out creativity during COVID-19.
VMLY&R’s global chief creative officer discusses gender diversity in the industry and the best creative she’s seen during COVID-19.
Three Campaign panels curated in partnership with Facebook, each one bringing together strong, successful, diverse agency women from across the globe talking about the topics that matter. This is the third in our Female First Forum series...
Three Campaign panels curated in partnership with Facebook, each one bringing together strong, successful, diverse agency women from across the globe talking about the topics that matter. This is the second in our Female First Forum series...
Three Campaign panels curated in partnership with Facebook, each one bringing together strong, successful, diverse agency women from across the globe talking about the topics that matter. This is the first in our Female First Forum series...
Bots are everywhere, infecting all aspects of digital marketing – from lead generation display, video, organic traffic, to native, social, SEO and keyword search. A leading marketer says we need to work together to combat fraud…
Bill Oberlander is the founder and executive creative director at Oberland.
Steven Moy is CEO at Barbarian and one of Campaign US' 40 Over 40 honorees. Here, he shares qualities you need to be successful, creativity during the pandemic and how to make the industry diverse.
Kate MacNevin is global CEO at MRM and one of Campaign US' 40 Over 40 honorees. Here, she discusses the future of the industry, the best use of creativity during COVID-19 and the silver linings of the past few months.
We explore how home working forced three creatives to discover inspiration in different places: a reclaimed commuting hour, kitchen-table meetings, on Pinterest and more
It's hard to turn creativity on like a tap but that doesn't help when you're faced with a client brief and a deadline. Here are one leading creative's methods of sparking inspiration on Pinterest...
Brands are producing and distributing content every day, and the old tactic of creative licensing has re-emerged to help better campaign strategies
Virtue dive deep into what this year means for Gen Z.
COVID-19 has not only amplified the importance of purpose, it has prompted brands to assume unprecedented commitment, creativity and leadership - a concept underscored during WPP's, "A brand new purpose for the new world" session - part of last week's Campaign Connect virtual event.
iCrossing, Adobe, Pinterest, Conagra and Visible all weigh in on the impending post-pandemic ecom boom.
We chat to the Xandr engineer about transforming technology
We chat to the Initiative star about rising to the top
We chat to the Carat USA leader about making meaningful decisions
We chat to the Initiative star about her journey so far
We find out why the Twitter leader is one of the industry's finest
"Sound is not an add-on to the message - it is the message," says Michael Boumendil, founder of Sixième Son
Campaign talks to RTL AdConnect CEO Stéphane Coruble about the most important technologies, trends and manufacturers at CES this year
The good, the bad, and the possible - top marketers from McDonald's, Marriott, GSK, General Mills and Snap talk personalization at CES 2020
The explosion of automation and artificial intelligence is making humanity a premium in marketing communications. Brands have to act more human, with purpose and empathy to connect with a consumer that keeps raising the bar for engagement
What brands should do, which brands are already doing it, and why brands shouldn't feel ashamed - problems, ideas and solutions from leading marketers
There is no normal in advertising anymore. Facing disruption, brands are risking new ways to get results. How do agencies need to change and adapt to keep up?
Dianne Wilkins is CEO at Critical Mass and one of Campaign US's Digital 40 over 40 honorees. Here, she explains why her job is more than just a job, how her employees are a constant source of inspiration and why human interaction should never go digital
What does the modern consumer look for in a brand - what puts them off, and what keeps them coming back for more? WE Communications' global Brands in Motion study set to find out and here are the key findings
Patti Temple Rocks is senior partner and head of Client Impact at ICF Next and one of Campaign US's Digital 40 over 40 honorees. Here, she explains why no career is perfect, why her calendar is her life and how mistakes actually lead to growth
Digital 40 over 40 2019 winner, and Wasserman's marketing EVP, Jennifer van Dijk shares her secrets to success, must-know life hacks and proudest work