As iconic international high street retail brands like Topshop and Debenhams go online-only, the pandemic is driving the most extreme transformation in the clothing industry, questioning the viability of traditional business models.
Caffè Nero is launching at home products on Amazon, as the premium coffee house looks to diversify its sales channels.
Marketers have enjoyed a confidence boost with a net balance of 18.1% more confident about the financial prospects of their company than three months ago, according to the latest IPA Bellwether report.
General Mills’ CMO on people, innovation, beauty, the role of marketing in shaping company fortunes, and his goal of bringing a smile to faces every day.
Unilever’s foods marketing leader in Belgium, Netherlands & Luxembourg on putting people first, staying in touch with consumers, living adaptably, and looking ahead.
Entrepreneur, digital leader, politician and investor on opportunities in a time of turmoil, managing your own time, and thinking differently about communities and the planet.
CPG regional leader on agility, brand purpose and how resilience will continue to be tested.
Associated British Foods’ regional marketing leader on agency thinking, new ways of working, ‘terrinovative’ thinking, and maintaining speed of planning and execution.
Digital Strategy Consulting’s founder on the tectonic & techtonic shifts of digital disruption, thriving in the new workspace, and maintaining real momentum in a virtual world.
Pinterest has launched a range of new ad solutions for marketers targeting the popular auto sector of its social media scrapbooking platform.
From the economic effects and catastrophic loss of life brought on by the pandemic to the growing climate emergency, 2020 was year many would want to forget. But beyond the tragedy and uncertainly there were many positive stories of unity against adversity – and the digital marketing sector was no different. We take a month-by-month look back at how advertisers and tech giants alike adapted to a year like no other.
In 2020, Pinners turned to Pinterest for guidance and inspiration on navigating their lives during the global pandemic, they came with open minds and left filled with ideas to try at home. From this historic year will come new behaviours picked up along the way, that we predict, will have lasting power for years to come.
Volkswagen has teamed up with computer graphics giant Unity to launch a new campaign based 3D design tech.
From robotic ‘Trick or Treat’ doors to Groundhog Day remakes, 2020 was big year for video marketing as brands accelerated their move online. Advertisers tackled the Covid crisis with stories of unity, courage and reassurance. To round off the year, our team has assembled 20 standout video ads from around the world for your viewing pleasure…
Pinterest and John Lewis & Partners have launched a co-branded Christmas trends campaign offering gift and decorating ideas for the festive period.
John Lewis has launched its much-anticipated Christmas ad, and has taken a different creative direction to reflect a year like no other.
Sky Media has renewed its partnership with Jacamo, which celebrates ‘big’ in all its glory to showcase the fashion brand’s 2020 Autumn/Winter range.
L’Oréal Paris has launched a digital make-up line that works on live video using augmented reality technology.
Fashion brand Gap has deleted a tweet about the US presidential election after it sparked criticism on social media.
In a surprising move, Burger King has urged customers to ‘order from McDonald’s’ to help the hospitality industry during the UK’s second lockdown, in a tweet that has earned tens of thousands of replies.