The former Droga5 global CCO decamped to Publicis less than a year ago to open its New York-based creative collective.
Since 1994, the brand’s Viva Glam collection has donated 100% of proceeds to help fight HIV/AIDS.
Some call it a publicity stunt, but Lush says it is putting ‘people over profit’ in quitting social media.
From fighting hunger to supporting veterans, organizations are hosting a range of Giving Tuesday campaigns.
The push from the Ad Council is focused on states with low vaccination rates.
Spotify listeners in more than 30 markets can blend their playlists with friends, check out their audio “auras” and view curated movie-style soundtracks to their lives.
The ad tech company announced in June it would go public via a SPAC.
Dual role includes strategy for clients and corporate strategy for agency group.
Supermarket’s ad – which does not appear to break any rules – is near breaking record set by “It’s Oscar time” by Paddy Power, which drew 5,525 complaints and was deemed to bring 'advertising into disrepute'.
Join Campaign US and a lineup of esteemed industry experts for Convene: The Future of TV Measurement, on Thursday, December 9 at 12 p.m. ET.
Steele is leaving Carat for a global role at the French holding company.
Whitley will oversee advertising, media planning and placement for brands LegalShield and IDShield.
Emboldened by the Stagwell-MDC merger, Toby Southgate wants to see F&B get bigger and better, but not at any cost.
Omnicom scored Mercedes-Benz
Created by Lucky Generals, the urgent ad moves TimeTo's 'where do you draw the line?' tagline onwards, urging businesses 'it's time to draw the line' by signing up for TimeTo training.
The tour is starting in Scotland and is expected to travel to London.
Festive partnerships with Hyde Park Winter Wonderland and Backyard Cinema.
The iconic hotline, created with Edelman, has assisted with cooking thousands of Thanksgiving turkeys.
Kyle Scheele is pretending the chain had nothing to do with the Kyle Scheele Meale idea. But, uh … it did.
The organization’s Cerving Confidence campaign, in partnership with the megastar singer, encouraged Black women to get screened regularly.
The cannabis brand tapped Chris Klemens, Rachel Wolfson and Ira Madison III for a cannabis-inspired version of Comedy Central’s ‘Drunk History.’
A sweet girl-befriends-snowman tale directed by a famous father-son film director duo.
SPENT illustrates the fine line between financial stability and poverty.
The campaign touts “free books for all” through the NYPL and emphasizes its new fine-free policy.
The satirical spot shows how far adland will go to win a trophy.
The new technology aims to create a better viewing experience for the consumer and, in turn, the advertiser.
The new system will include an algorithm that uses information on emotional response and attention levels.
The review concludes a two-decade relationship between OMD and the pharmaceutical giant.
Review, which covers group brands including VW, Audi, Skoda and Seat, will kick off in 2022. PHD's contract expires in 2023.
Domestic holidays are expected to remain popular, while business travel has been slower to bounce back, the report by Zenith says.
Lush departed social media before, back in 2019.
The report was produced by media agency Essence, its first major research dive into social commerce.
The growing trend is both a risk and an opportunity for brands and influencers. `
Ad sales for the global soccer tournament are already outpacing 2018 sales.
The tech giant has worked with Essence for years, but Omnicom Media Group has handled offline media.
The tech firm has been under investigation by the UK regulator over competition concerns.
In a blog post, the company formerly known as Facebook said advertisers can take advantage of virtual learning experiences and networking.
The holiday market features AR experiences from Coca-Cola, Hollister, Prime Video, Under Armour, Verizon and Walmart.
Omnicom Media Group says it is “a step in the right direction.”
AT&T will also upgrade streamers’ equipment and sponsor their first stream.
The 17 year-old programmatic exchange has rearchitected its platform to solve for speed, cost and privacy.
The funds will be used to develop its media bias measurement capabilities.
The open letter, led by the Conscious Advertising Network, has gathered more than 250 signatures and is addressed to the chief execs of Facebook, Instagram, Google, Twitter, TikTok, Pinterest and Reddit.
The brand’s “Spread Love Challenge” honored Black creators whose original dances have been appropriated on the platform.
With acquisition of Singapore-based Eyeota and US-based firm NetWise, the company says it will make it easier for marketers to combine online and offline data for personalised B2B marketing.
The non-mandated hybrid work model wins the popular vote.
Do people ever want to return to the office?
Brands have a tough call to make in the aftermath of the Astroworld tragedy.
The rap artist is under scrutiny after eight people died and hundreds were injured at Astroworld Fest on Friday.
As COP26 kicks off in Glasgow, global leaders plea for immediate action against the climate emergency.
Campaign US readers like the measurement company’s new logo.
The rebrand comes amid media measurement turmoil and the sale of Global Connect.
Campaign US readers think the company still has time. But what about its intentions?
Instagram will launch a feature to encourage teens to “take a break.”
Campaign US readers think recent revelations about the company will not impact its bottom line.