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From Burger King’s Google stunt and Ikea’s response to Balenciaga’s ‘copycat’ bag to Wendy’s 2.5 billion earned media impressions, these are the campaigns that caused controversy, set out to make a statement or put humour centre stage.
The fast food chain says the boost from its 2016 Christmas campaign, which featured a vintage doll named Juliette, gave it the confidence to focus even more on the festive season this year.
The digital giant is rolling out GDPR changes globally to spell out when it acts as a ‘controller’ or processor’ of data, but has its reservations around how the rules might affect the user experience.
From 10 years of Mark Ritson to case studies in effectiveness, the Marketoonist on employing humour in ads to the inside track on Tesco and Patagonia’s brand strategy, here are some of the highlights of Marketing Week at the Festival of Marketing.
Helm will work across six countries and multiple brands to help HomeServe in its aim to become the most trusted provider of home repairs and improvements.
While any mass return to offices nationwide has been put firmly on the backburner, Giffgaff has much to learn from the phased approach it adopted to getting some employees back to their desks over the summer.
Confident brand safety will not be an issue on its platform, Reddit is branching out to the UK in a bid to serve its second biggest market.