Fuze Tea, a new iced tea brand, has launched ‘Calm the Commute’ – a series of unexpected moments for Londoners on their commute home over the next few weeks.
UK online grocer Ocado has signed an exclusive partnership with America’s second-biggest supermarket chain.
Budweiser has revealed its planned marketing activity for around the FIFA World Cup, including Bud Bots, the light up cups and the launch of the Bud Boat.
L’Oréal has bought ModiFace, an augmented reality (AR) and artificial intelligence (AI) company, as the French beauty brand expands into technology.
Social media has changed the way people voice their opinions forever, empowering the smallest voice to take to Twitter and challenge the biggest global brand. The success of those challenges still rests in the validity of the case, the support it gets, and the way the message is executed – but the culture of hashtag protests has enabled social protests to achieve scale in days and hours rather than months or years. There is a growing confidence in almost all countries to use social media to protest, making corporate communications a far tougher job today than ever before.
Unilever food brand Knorr is trialling a new video ad format that lets viewers choose a charity to benefit from the revenue it derives if they view an ad for at least 15 seconds.
Demand for convenience and food and drink ‘on-the-go’ is helping to drive sales of snacking products, particularly crisps and salty snacks, across Europe.
April Fool’s Day has become a major event in the digital calendar, with many brands and media owners creating elaborate pranks to show off their funny side (and get plenty of social media shares and column inches in the process). We’ve put together some of the best hoaxes from 2018’s pranksters for your viewing pleasure.
Google has started allowing brands such as Walmart and Home Depot to pay to appear in the search results of common shopping phrases such “Where can I buy this?”, according to a news report.
McVitie’s has launched a £9.7m Masterbrand campaign ‘Sweeter Together’ in the UK, running across Facebook and terrestrial TV.
A social experiment stunt, conducted by Stella Artois and Matt Damon’s water.org, illustrates the way so many of us take water – a basic human necessity – for granted.
Vodka brand Absolut has launched a film ‘the vodka with nothing to hide’ to prove ust how transparent things are in Åhus, Sweden and features employees totally in the nude.
2017 was a booming year for video content on Facebook. In this article, , Socialbakers details how companies tapped into the format and review the top Facebook videos published across the fashion, retail, and FMCG industries.
Nespresso is challenging Userfarm’s global crowd of 120,000 filmmakers will to create vertical video telling a story about the difference women can make.
Doritos has announced plans for crisps specially designed for women… and suffered a social media backlash as a result.
Dollar Shave Club, the Unilever-owned men’s grooming subscription service, has launched in the UK.
As online plays a bigger part in grocery shopping, Nielsen Brandbank has launched a service to help brands and retailers drive and improve the m-commerce experience by making product images more mobile friendly.
Budweiser Prohibition has launched a new campaign to give alcohol-free beer to the UK this January, to help Brits drink smart this year.
Google has courted controversy after introducing new YouTube rules that would stop ads on channels that get less than 4,000 viewing hours a year.
Minnesota-based Land O’Lakes, a farmer-owned cooperative best known for its butter brand, has launched a new campaign to tie in with the upcoming Super Bowl.