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.
Work is urgently needed to address the “unwritten codes” hampering the earning potential of talent from diverse socio-economic backgrounds.
Exclusive Marketing Week data reveals the gender pay gap is growing, as post-pandemic strain and the cost of living crisis take their toll.
The success of retail experiences can’t be judged purely on the number of sales made, says Samsung UK’s marketing and omnichannel director Annika Bizon.
Some 75 head office employees have been made redundant, with the full impact on the marketing team yet to be confirmed.