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In this weekly series we pull together, in one place, a selection of must-reads from across our industry media. Hope you find it a useful edit of another week in advertising!
Our Chief Executive, Stephen Woodford, discusses the importance of resetting UK advertising for the better.
A record number of small businesses expect to shut this year unless the government steps in with more help, according to a survey of the sector.
The Prince of Wales is urging firms to back a more sustainable future and do more to protect the planet, as he marks 50 years of environmental campaigning.
Discussions have taken place in recent months.
Campaigners liken Google to Goldfinger, but tech giant insists its initiative is part of an open discussion with the advertising community.
All staff told not to schedule screen meetings between 12.30pm and 2pm amid coronavirus lockdown.
The parent company of the Daily Mirror and Daily Express predicts its operating profit will come in “ahead of market expectations” for 2020 on the back of record-breaking Q4 digital earnings.
A new year has brought it with it new optimism for ITV, which has been given a near-textbook shot in the arm by the rollout of coronavirus vaccines.
Sky Media poaches chief executive of OMD Group and Dentsu Aegis Network’s Ruth Cartwright.
Sophie Trinder, head of brand strategy at Twitter UK, and Lindsey Turner, head of Twitter ArtHouse EMEA, pick the most creative uses of the platform over the past year.
Dominic Mills looks at the current batch of ads tempting us into new resolutions for 2021.
Octopus Energy used art to inspire people to take action on climate change resulting in an additional 37,000 new customers.
Pre-Christmas consumer spending slumped 2.3% year-on-year in December – the largest decline recorded since June 2020 – as lockdown restrictions conspired to dampen spirits at a crucial time for the retail and hospitality sectors.
Bloomberg, Sky, Jungle Creations and more talk us through the media trends the industry should be focusing on in 2021.
Publicis Media has migrated all out-of-home buying to the jurisdiction of its in-house agencies with immediate effect, drawing a 27-year relationship with Dentsu’s Posterscope to a close.
After a year like no other, how will consumers behave in 2021? Marketing Week spoke to a selection of Top 100 marketers to see how they are planning for the coming months.
Lucky Generals founding partner Andy Nairn reflects on the role luck has to play in shaping our lives and how we can make predictions for the future despite this seemingly random force.
It’s not quite David and Goliath but there are plenty of similarities.
iProspect global president Amanda Morrissey insists that she wants iProspect to retain Vizeum’s challenger spirit within new ‘performance-driven brand-building’ agency offer.
The public especially mistrusts the media, the US and China, according to the research series’ latest report.
Netflix, Amazon, Spotify and Barbie – just some of the brands that witnessed a Covid-19 boost in 2020.
The Ascential-owned advertising and media festival confirms that it intends to hold an in-person event in June 2021.
Nordic newspaper Helsingin Sanomat team up with TBWA\Helsinki to show how Arctic sea ice is predicted to shrink due to climate change.
What did Mediatel’s Year Ahead panellists select as their highlights (good and bad) from the past 12 months?
It may seem surprising, but there are compelling reasons to believe that the decline of local news is fuelling the polarisation and extremism that has engulfed America.
London-based start-ups raised more than $10 billion in funding last year, cementing the capital’s status as Europe’s leading technology hub.
Business closures increased and the proportion of workers on the government’s furlough scheme rose as the country stood on the brink of a third lockdown in late December, official figures showed yesterday.
Hearst’s James Wildman, MediaCom’s Kate Rowlinson and Spotify’s Rak Patel were among the winners of the inaugural awards from Mediatel.
Claire Blunt has been chief financial, operations and data officer for Hearst Europe.
WPP is recommitting to creativity with the new hire.
The Drum explores why Google’s Privacy Sandbox, the mission to replace third-party cookie, has come under this close regional scrutiny.
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