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- Five marketing lessons from Bompas & Parr's tasting menu extravaganzaBarclaycard's BespokeOffers.com partnered with experimental food duo Bompas & Parr to host an infinitely shareable 200 course feast. Rebecca Coleman highlights the five top reasons it works and the wider marketing lessons.
- Sainsbury's to sponsor ITV dramaSupermarket giant Sainsbury's will sponsor ITV's Showcase Drama package in a two-year deal.
- Harvey Keitel helps out a hen do in new Direct Line adHarvey Keitel returns as Winston Wolf and helps a group of women on a hen do in the new ad for Direct Line.
- Leon joins Jamie Oliver in slapping on 10p 'sugar tax' in restaurantsRestaurant chain Leon has announced it will slap on its own sugary drinks tax, after Jamie Oliver presented a documentary on the health impacts of sugar on Channel 4 last night in his continued crusade against unhealthy eating.
- Breakfast Briefing: HSBC shuns radical rebrand, Bwin accepts £1bn GVC dealWelcome to Marketing's morning briefing, a daily shot of news and a recap of the best longer reads and videos. In today's news, HSBC rebrands its retail arm to 'HSBC UK', while gambling firm consolidation continues after the £1bn Bwin deal.
- Two thirds of consumers prefer marketing messages via email(Flickr/Maria Elena) The latest research from Adobe has revealed that when it comes to consumers’ preferred method of receiving marketing offers, email comes out on top. Almost two thirds (63%) prefer email over direct mail (20%). Read more on Two thirds of consumers prefer marketing messages via email…
- Infographic: 20 years of eBayThis week marks 20 years since e-commerce site eBay launched, which now has more than 157 million active users. The brand was originally known as Auction Web when it launched in 1997 and two years later the company renamed to eBay. Read more on Infographic: 20 years of eBay…
- The Daily Poke: Worth the waitUntil recently, the only waiting taking place in McDonald’s has been in the queue to get to the counter. But now, customers at selected locations worldwide can walk in, take a seat and have their meals brought to the table by a bona fide waiter. Read more on The Daily Poke: Worth the wait…
- Here’s the thing about Google’s new logo: It’s not about the logoNobody likes change. Or so we’re told. It’s a fair bet that the very powerful human desires for familiarity and comfort have been bred into our DNA through millennia of evolution, making us particularly resistant to change, a condition known as ‘status quo bias’ in psychology. The end of a relationship, moving homes, or even […]
- Getting to grips with unused content(Flickr/Sebastien Wiertz) According to PQ Media’s Global Content Marketing Forecast 2015-19, $145bn (£95bn) was spent on content marketing in 2014 with B2B taking 52.7% of the share of that spend. That means more than $76bn (£50bn) was spent in the B2B content marketing space last year. Read more on Getting to grips with unused content…
- The Daily Poke: Wine by numbersLack confidence when it comes to choosing wine? Intimidated by snooty sommeliers? Always default to the Cabernet? Well, why not let an algorithm make a selection for you instead? That’s the thinking behind the online wine subscription service, Bright Cellars. Read more on The Daily Poke: Wine by numbers…