Miles Calcraft Briginshaw Duffy has created a campaign to stop people from reporting lost mobile phones as stolen (MW June 24). It breaks this week.
McCann Erickson has created an outdoor campaign for the British Coffee Association that aims to remind consumers that sometimes only a coffee will do. It has the strapline ‘Coffee. Irreplaceable’. Media is by Mindshare…
Krispy Kreme the doughnut maker, is launching a Sugar ‘n’ Spice variant for Halloween.. The doughnuts, which are flavoured with cinnamon and pumpkin, will be available in October and November.
Catalogue retailer Index has appointed Mike Makinson as its marketing director. Advertising agency Clark McKay & Walpole has also been signed up to create the brand’s first television advertising push in ten years, as a project. Under new chief executive Tim James, formerly trading director at Homebase, Index is being transformed into a standalone business. […]
The strategic importance of search is clearer than ever, and shows how digital and classical marketing have further converged during the pandemic.
From questioning the relevance of industry jargon to freeing themselves from legacy thinking, some marketers believe switching sectors is a sure route to career progression.
At the end of every week I look at the key stories, offering my view on what they mean for you and the industry. From crowning Walkers’ ‘CrispIN or CrispOUT’ as April’s most effective ad campaign to exploring the resurgence of brand characters, it’s been a busy week. Here is my take.
Analysts argue brands will have to be careful about where they place their products, as governing bodies and tournament holders may have to “bow down” to influential athletes who want to set a good example to the future generation.