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Jan 24, 2023

How Boathouse Group is using AI to unearth brand narratives

Narrative Transformation is an AI-based social listening tool that allows the agency to identify and create campaigns around narrative threads.

Jan 24, 2023

M&A Watch: Activity returns to pre-pandemic levels

There were 76 deals globally in November, with North America being the most active.

Jan 20, 2023

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PepsiCo Europe's chief marketing officer outlines three crucial elements for brands to consider over the coming 12 months.

Jan 20, 2023

Can adland build the 'inclusive work environment' needed to reach 50% female CEOs?

Wacl has identified five areas for change in adland to help hit its target.

Jan 19, 2023

Creative Minds: RGA's Shingo Ohno is also a guitar-playing skateboarder

The one where a creative wanted to be a guitarist, could’ve been a telemarketer but ended up with an idea.

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40 Under 40 2022: Mark Anderson, Cheil

Staying true to his vision, Anderson created a culture that saw an agency struggling to find its voice become a force to be reckoned with.

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‘Unknown delta’ discovered as programmatic supply chain transparency improves

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Why most CNY campaigns in China continued despite recent Covid surge

Despite being in the grips of its biggest Covid surge in China to date, most brands stuck to their long-term CNY marketing plans. Agencies and marketers explain why, and what impact the health crisis actually had on campaigns.