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- Kristof Fahy leaves Telegraph after seven-month stint to lead marketing at LadbrokesFormer William Hill marketer Kristof Fahy is leaving Telegraph Media Group to join Ladbrokes as CMO after just seven months in the role.
- O2’s England rugby sponsorship is a success story, despite the team’s early exitA week on from England's humiliating Rugby World Cup exit, RPM CEO and founder Hugh Robertson, says brands can acknowledge the pain of losing with grace and humour.
- Plan UK releases emotionally charged film for 'Because I am a Girl' campaignPlan UK has created an emotional film based on true stories to help push its 'Because I am a Girl' campaign ahead of International Day of the Girls.
- Under Armour boss: we'll beat Apple and Samsung to smart clothingUnder Armour CEO Kevin Planck has outlined a bullish vision on smart sportswear, claiming his company will be the first to merge technology and fashion for a mass consumer market.
- Tesco's welcome move to improve agency payment terms still needs to go furtherDave Lewis' move to improve supplier terms should be applauded but, as far as advertising and marketing agencies are concerned, Tesco should go further, argues Marketing Agencies Association managing director, Scott Knox.
- Infographic: The value of paid socialThere are more than two billion people on social media. That’s two billion-plus people who your brand could be reaching. However, being a successful brand on social isn’t as easy as it looks. Read more on Infographic: The value of paid social…
- In the mood for messaging(Richard Shotton) Over the last few months numerous brands have tried to harness the power of emojis. Highlights include McDonald’s, which created a series of witty ads written solely in the picture characters, and Domino’s, which allowed hungry shoppers to order by simply tweeting them a pizza emoji. Read more on In the mood for messaging…
- Device detection: A solution to ad blockers?(Flickr/Bridget AMES) What strikes me most about the reaction to Apple’s decision to allow iPhone and iPad Safari browsers to block advertising via third-party software extensions is its reason for doing so. According to the BBC an Apple spokeswoman claimed the decision was made “for an improved mobile browsing experience.” Some users support this view […]
- The Daily Poke: ScratchbottleYou may already be aware of the self-expressive, artistic power of beer. Yet some of the big brewers have lost sight of their product’s magical properties, causing drinkers of today to become enticed by small craft breweries. Read more on The Daily Poke: Scratchbottle…
- The Daily Poke: Decisions, decisions…Are you guilty of using Facebook to badger your mates for the green light of approval? You are not alone. In a world full of choices, you want to feel like you’ve spent your hard-earned dosh on the right option. But now you can leave your nearest and dearest alone. Viennese entrepreneurs Philip Holley […]
- The year VR began to grow upAs the recent Oculus Connect 2 conference in LA highlighted, 2015 is shaping up to be the year that virtual reality (VR) began to grow up. Despite the lack of a major hardware release, it really feels like a much more mature industry. Read more on The year VR began to grow up…