The news that adam&eveDDB has dropped the digital designation from all its job titles came as no surprise last week. Despite the prevalence of the D word and the omnipresence of digital planners, digital strategists and digital marketers under every lamp post, nobody in the know ever doubted that the prefix would eventually become an anachronism.
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If regulators approve BT’s acquisition of mobile network EE later this month it will create a headache for the executives who must decide the future of two strong brands, however there is only one sensible outcome.
While 64% of marketers say they are as productive working from home as in the office, less than half have received any form of virtual training during lockdown.
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Virgin Atlantic filing for chapter 15 bankruptcy protection might signal a turning point in how we travel – and how airline brands make money.
Downloading and listening to a branded podcast can be a sign of real consumer commitment. A mixture of engaging content and the right talent is helping brands attract attention.