Despite a controversial build-up, marketers are confident the Rio Olympics can ride the momentum from London 2012.
Samsung has been the standout sponsor at the Rio Olympics so far as other including McDonald’s and P&G struggle to create the same level of engagement
Marketing Week reveals the brands that will battle it out for honours at the Masters of Marketing awards, part of the Festival of Marketing on 5 and 6 October 2016.
Deciding to “step up” and take a stand on online hate with its ‘Hope United’ campaign, BT knew it needed to move away from the standard campaign process in order to succeed.
Brands should be bringing their purpose inwards, not outwards, says Reach’s director of market insight and brand strategy Andrew Tenzer.
To get brand diagnosis right, marketers must be willing to hear some uncomfortable truths, get the whole business on board and seize the opportunity to improve.
The Awards celebrate the industry’s most effective work, from strategy through to execution, judged by a 50-strong jury of the UK’s most respected marketers.