Private equity, consulting, IT and even a metal-forging firm are pulling out their wallets to compete with the usual acquirers.
Solo adventurers want to interact and connect with strangers, but may feel reluctant to do so. Can brands help?
Nissan XTreme Collection store on Amazon offers products sourced from the "ends of the earth".
A Mintel study also highlights online versus offline preferences for buying particular products and the habits of more adventurous younger mums.
Tech vendors are working overtime to offer easier access to the power of artificial intelligence, but are their offerings marketer-ready?
Hong Kong's creative community often takes advantage of the penchant for worldplay and homophonic puns in Cantonese--for better or for worse.
A weekly roundup of people moves and account news worth noting.
Car-design experience is not just a gimmick for the Singapore Motorshow, but the future of personalised customer pampering, according to the brand.
Leading experts weigh in on transparency in China’s fractured and obscured digital advertising landscape. With multiple players and layered relationships and fast evolving technology as its bedrock, Campaign Asia explores how solving transparency can also be an opportunity for marketers.
Takahiko Morinaga, who started the Japan LGBT Research Institute, discusses the nascent state of LGBT marketing in Japan.
Smart pacifiers, diapers and baby-health wearables are hitting the market, but what role do brands play in an age of quantified infant care?
An early departure suggests the inbound marketing specialist is off to a shaky start.
Assuming that the incoming Trump administration doesn’t do anything too crazy, the top theme for agencies in Japan in 2017 will be internal transformation.
Failing to meet the needs of disabled people is not just discriminatory, but risks missing out on a massive market opportunity
Veteran marketer says he will "pursue new passions".
One Championship is Asia’s biggest home-grown sports property, valued at over US$1 billion. According to its marcomm chief, its success has nothing to do with trendy marketing concepts.
The most valued technology is also the most invisible. It certainly doesn't criticise your grooming habits and then make a sales pitch.
Three-year grant sees Ogilvy & Mather tasked with advancing Singapore’s marketing services.
The British company has become the first international car brand to align with an athlete in Japan's national sport.
Ken Mandel to lead new unit.
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