Carlsberg has launched its “biggest experiential event” yet in the form of a chocolate pop-up bar ahead of the Easter weekend to ensure people are “thinking about beer as much as they are thinking about chocolate”.
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McDonald’s has rejected an offer by Burger King to team up for a one-day “peace offering” to mark International Peace Day on 21 September.
Reacting to news of an upcoming government campaign calling on businesses to divert marketing spend into cutting prices, marketers point out the function’s role as a “growth lever” for both businesses and the economy.
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B2B payments provider Tyl is pulling closer to the NatWest masterbrand in its first major ad campaign, intended to help the brand become a “really serious player” in the market.