An unprecedented number of brands are jumping into women’s sport sponsorships, but are they doing enough to advocate for female athletes or just benefitting from the wave of popularity?
If brands are serious about closing the gender gap in sport they should start by challenging the cultural barriers at a grassroots level.
As England’s Lionesses make history by getting to the semi-finals for the second World Cup in a row, Marketing Week reveals the big brand winners of this year’s tournament.
Brands including Just Eat, Tesco and Mars put forward a team for last week’s event, which was described as the “de facto welcome back” for the industry, following 18 months of Covid-19.
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Cutts joined HSBC in 2017 following lengthy stints at a number of major brands, including GSK, Mondelez and Meito-Adams.
Heinz is launching a campaign to promote the versatility and health credentials of baked beans, as it pays homage to its famous strapline while “evolving conversations” around the brand.