Walkers has enlisted the help of the Spice Girls as it looks to create “talkability” around the brand and boost its appeal among “millennial families”.
It’s easy to become swept up in eye-catching projects but as the demise of the Airbus A380 proves, ideas must also be relevant to thrive.
Lidl is focusing on the ‘big on quality’ aspect of its brand strapline, rather than ‘Lidl on price’, as it looks to make its points of difference clearer and convince more shoppers to “keep coming back”.
Coke believes its brands should prove they are worth their price, as the beverage giant promises to “improve” the quality of its marketing investment by taking a more targeted approach.
Following today’s budget announcement, which unveiled skills funding, business rates relief and changes to alcohol duties, the DMA, MRS and AA are calling on the government to better support industry-led training programmes.
By associating your brand with choice and offering rewards instead of discounts, marketers can build high-value, long-term relationships with customers.
With audiences now returning to cinema in their millions, global cinema advertising association SAWA has launched a campaign to promote the effectiveness of the medium, backed by UK cinema bodies DCM and Pearl & Dean.