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.
Candy Crush creator King Digital Entertainment has teamed up with Twitter UK to launch the first global emoji campaign launched outside the US.
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.
Huggies is launching a two-part strategy to appeal to a wider range of ages and increase penetration, as its owner Kimberly-Clark commits to investing in and growing its brands despite the pandemic.
We arm you with all the stats you need to prepare for the coming week and help you understand the big industry trends.
At the end of every week, I look at the key stories from this week, offering my view on what they mean for you and the industry. From the travails of the travel industry, to the challenge of maintaining momentum, it’s been a busy week. Here is my take.
Despite lockdowns easing and the threat of the pandemic receding in the UK, at least for now, 30% more marketers are planning to cut their budgets than increase them in the second half of the year.