The Campaign Fix
March 19, 2019
Today in Campaign US: Why Liberty Mutual chose funny mascots in new campaign and Experian's two-year-old in-house agency helps launch major credit-building tool. Plus, Dear Mother London employees: Your official NYC job offer.
 
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Why Liberty Mutual chose funny mascots in new campaign
Why Liberty Mutual chose funny mascots in new campaign

Lindsay Stein

Humor and fictional personalities are both firsts for the insurance company.

 
Experian's two-year-old in-house agency helps launch major credit-building tool
Experian's two-year-old in-house agency helps launch major credit-building tool

Oliver McAteer

The Cooler is behind a string of spots to introduce Experian Boost..

 
Dear Mother London employees: Your official NYC job offer
Dear Mother London employees: Your official NYC job offer

Oliver McAteer

The State-side sister shop is unapologetically trying to poach talent after Mother London won Campaign Agency of the Year 2018.

 
How automotive is navigating a transforming landscape
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How automotive is navigating a transforming landscape

Through tech revolutions to ethical dilemmas, automotive marketers are having to stay ahead of consumer demands, expectations and fears to stay relevant. Audi, Nissan and WE Communications explain how...

 
Campaign US Power of Purpose Awards 2019 winners revealed
Campaign US Power of Purpose Awards 2019 winners revealed

Campaign Staff

Those behind the campaigns will be honored during a night of celebration on Thursday April 4.

 
The year-long battle for gender equality (and the power of Women's History Month)
The year-long battle for gender equality (and the power of Women's History Month)

Amanda Keleher

Index Exchange's Amanda Keleher shares why women need to push for gender equality beyond the month of March.

 

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