Stella Artois is launching its “360-degree” Wimbledon campaign today (14 June) in a bid to bring the Wimbledon experience to the masses, using theatre to make a more emotional connection with consumers.
Wimbledon has a “never say never” approach to airing whole matches from the tournament on social media platforms such as Twitter according to Mick Desmond, commercial and media director at the All England Lawn Tennis Club.
With the UEFA European Championship 2016 kicking off today (10 June), brands including Carlsberg, Coca Cola, Betfred and The Sun tell Marketing Week why a mix of integrated digital campaigns and a tongue-in-cheek approach to advertising will be crucial to achieving cut through during the tournament.
Black Widow’s release on Disney+ alongside cinemas hit the film’s box office revenues, but what Disney wants is proximity to the consumer and the insight that comes with it.
Investment platform IG Group’s CMO and global head of advertising explain how consumers have come looking for greater control over their economic fortunes – and how they help newcomers get to grips with financial market volatility and unexpected developments in stocks and shares.
While demonstrating a positive ROI is powerful, as a metric it should be viewed in the wider context of creative effectiveness, says Mars insight boss Sorin Patilinet.
Account-based marketing is not necessarily a bad idea, but B2B brands focus too much on personalisation, targeting and loyalty when executing it.