From campaigns that sung on social media to ads that helped save lives, Marketing Week takes a look at the top ads of 2015.
Bodyform has launched a new campaign aimed at breaking down taboos around periods by introducing six ‘femojis’ and asking people to sign a petition to support the cause.
Burberry’s CEO says the brand is reacting to changes in the way luxury consumers shop as it unifies its three collections under one single Burberry range.
After an analysis of emerging sectors and shifting consumer trends, Innocent is branching out into juice shots as it looks to bring some flavour to a burgeoning category.
In a world of social distancing and enforced remote working, brands are finding new opportunities to let creativity flourish.
Giffgaff brought forward the launch of an ad campaign it was planning to run later in the year as it looked to “put something positive out in the world” amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Brands that are tempted to raise prices during this time of scarcity are likely to be punished by consumers afterwards, as experiments show they don’t tolerate those who take unfair advantage of market power.