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  • Creative Circle: Agency Copywriter
    competitive: Creative Circle: Position: Agency Copywriter - MUST HAVE LUXURYLocation: Orange County (Central)Status: Full TimeEstimated Duration: OngoingStarts: ASAPRate: Salary ra Irvine, California
  • CIMSearch: Account Executive
    Salary commensurate with experience, full benefits package: CIMSearch: NYC PR agency specializing in tech PR is seeking an A/E and Sr. A/E to join their growing team.  This award-winning agency works across all sectors... New York City, New York (US)
  • Creative Circle: Digital Content Writer + Strategist
    competitive: Creative Circle: We are looking for an onsite Freelance Digital Content Writer + Strategist for our marketing agency client in Austin. This ongoing freelance opportuni Austin, Texas
  • Coaction Public Relations: Lifestyle Public Relations Account Coordinator
    Competitive Salary: Coaction Public Relations: Coaction Public Relations, a boutique lifestyle PR agency, has an immediate opportunity for a fun and creative Account Coordinator to join our smal... New York City, New York (US)
  • Creative Circle: Account Supervisor (Full-time) Onsite
    competitive: Creative Circle: Our client a Connecticut local agency is seeking a FULL-TIME ACCOUNT SUPERVISOR!The ideal ACCOUNT SUPERVISOR will:- Be responsible for driving the pro Stamford, Connecticut
  • Cox Media Group: Account Executive (Digital)
    competitive: Cox Media Group: DescriptionCoxMedia Group-Houston and its three radio stations: KGLK, KKBQ, KTHT along withLocal Solutions Digital Agency, is hiring for highly mo Houston, Texas
  • Sirius XM Radio, Inc.: Copywriter - Agency Temp/Temp
    Competitive Salary : Sirius XM Radio, Inc.: Job Description Location: New York, NY Position Summary: The web copywriter will write, edit and fact check all copy for digital content including ... New York City, New York
  • Creative Circle: Copywriter
    competitive: Creative Circle: Are you a wordsmith looking for your next career in the healthcare space? Then this role may be for you!Our client is a healthcare agency looking for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • IMRE, LLC.: Project Manager
    Benefits, Supplemental Benefits, 401k, Reduced Friday Schedule, Mind & Body Benefit: IMRE, LLC.: imre - the agency that works. We’re looking to add a Project Manager to our team of experts to support our healthcare marketing division, imre health. New York City, New York (US)
  • Creative Circle: PR Account Executive
    competitive: Creative Circle: Our client, an ad agency in Allentown, PA is looking for a PR Account Executive to provide comprehensive PR, media relations and communication support Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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  • 'Crazy Rich Asians' has pretty much already recouped its TV budget
    "Crazy Rich Asians" is on track to rake in nearly $30 million in its first five days in theaters, or nearly triple the investment Warner Bros. has made to promote the movie on stateside TV.Since debuting on Wednesday, the romantic comedy has brought in $8.8 million in box-office sales, a windfall that has emboldened the […]
  • New ESPN chief sees 'better schedule' for 'Monday Night Football'
    ESPN's "Monday Night Football" will boast a better selection of games and new anchors this season, President Jimmy Pitaro said, giving the Walt Disney Co. sports network a chance to boost ratings following a drop in 2017.Speaking with reporters at ESPN's headquarters in Bristol, Connecticut, Pitaro also said the network's relations with the NFL have […]
  • Amazon is ready to take on Apple and Spotify in streaming music
    Amazon is turning up the volume in the music business.The world's largest online retailer will mount the first national TV campaign for its music-streaming service, featuring ads with songs from Ariana Grande, Kendrick Lamar and Queen. They're part of a larger effort that will extend to billboards, online video and radio, and to three countries […]
  • Walmart eyes virtual reality shopping system
    Trekking through a crowded, cavernous Walmart supercenter isn't much fun. But what if you could do it from the comfort of your own home through virtual reality?The world's biggest retailer wants to find out, according to filings with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.The company has applied for two patents that detail a "virtual show […]
  • Google is poised to open its first permanent retail store
    Google is poised to finally erect its first permanent retail store. The tech giant is close to finalizing a lease on a 14,000 square-foot property in Chicago's trendy Fulton Market district, according to local media reports, including Crain's Chicago Business and Chicago Tribune.Both publications noted that while Google has run pop-up locations in other stores, […]
  • Agency Brief: Soul, sisters and selfies
    Let's get this out of the way: I'm not Meg Graham. Your usual writer is off today -- like most of the rest of the world -- enjoying her Friday holiday in Chicago. So you get the second string today while Meg is in the second city. Deal with it.If you're like most of us, […]
  • What brands get out of experience stores
    This week in New York, Lexus opened a gleaming, expensive new building that is a bit ironic."Intersect," a 16,500-square-foot boutique in Manhattan's Meatpacking District, is meant to allow people to "experience" the carmaker's brand without setting foot inside a car.This is, in theory, a good idea, considering the lackluster cars the Toyota Motor Co. division […]
  • Watch the newest ads on TV from Reese's, Toyota, Verizon and more
    Every weekday we bring you the Ad Age/iSpot Hot Spots, new TV commercials tracked by iSpot.tv, the real-time TV ad measurement company with attention and conversion analytics from more than eight million smart TVs. The ads here ran on national TV for the first time yesterday.A few highlights: Thomas "Silicon Valley" Middleditch pops up in […]
  • How newspapers around the world are remembering Aretha Franklin
    Aretha Franklin, who died on Thursday, "was the loftiest name in the rich history of Detroit music and one of the transcendent cultural figures of the 20th Century," Brian McCollum writes in the Detroit Free Press. "Raised on an eclectic musical diet of gospel, R&B, classical and jazz, she blossomed out of her father's Detroit […]
  • If I knew then what I knew now ... I wouldn't have worked so many weekends
    If I knew then .. is a weekly series of essays by small agency founders and executives about what they learned starting out their businesses.As I look back over my (almost) 40-year career in the business of advertising and marketing, I often recall a line we all lived by when I worked as a young […]

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  • Amazon Is Losing Its Smart Speaker Dominance, According to New Report
    Amazon is no longer the smart speaker king. A report from research firm Canalys this week found that Google Home shipments outpaced those of Amazon's Echo products for the second straight quarter as the search giant grows its smart home business overseas. Chinese tech behemoths Alibaba and Xiaomi also clocked strong growth, whittling Amazon's market...
  • Barbarian’s New Receptionist Is an Echo Show Named ‘Barb’
    Digital agency Barbarian Group's new receptionist, Barb, doesn't collect a paycheck, isn't getting breaks or benefits and can work endless overtime. Barbarian, however, isn't violating New York State labor law, because Barb is an Alexa-based tool connected to the messaging system Slack within an Echo Show, Amazon's smart speaker with display screen. Barb, who has...
  • Chuck Norris Gets Replaced by Truck Norris in This Wonderfully Over-the-Top Toyota Spot
    Chuck Norris is no stranger to advertising, but it's rare we see him not throwing a roundhouse kick or being portrayed as a meme-era Paul Bunyan capable of impossibly epic deeds. (His last ad appearance, for UnitedHealthcare, happily leaned into both.) This time around, Norris is selling the Toyota Tacoma, billed in the spot as...
  • The Top 20,000 Facebook Pages Posted More Content During the Second Quarter of 2018
    Social media management tool Buffer teamed up with content marketing tool BuzzSumo to analyze more than 43 million posts from the top 20,000 brands on Facebook during the second quarter of 2018, and here's what they found: The pages they studied posted more content in the second quarter of 2018 compared with the first quarter...
  • Everyone Is Your Mom in This Crazy Delta Stunt That Guilts You Into Flying Home
    On the continuum of maternal guilt trips, Delta Air Lines may have carved out some new, good-natured ground with a stunt that encourages Seattle residents to fly home to see their mothers. Created by Wieden + Kennedy New York, "Seattle to Mom" is clean fun and the crown jewels of the campaign are in-person stunts...
  • Pre-Roll Ads as Talent Contest? The Longer You Don’t Skip, the More Votes These Musicians Get
    Extra Gum is making the medium the message with Extra Support Acts, a campaign that turns YouTube pre-roll ads into a platform that gives 16 emerging Australian music acts a significant audience boost and a chance to perform live on a major stage. From now to Sept. 30, YouTube pre-roll ads viewed before any 5...
  • Facebook Expanded Its Level Up Program and Revealed Its Gamescom Plans
    Facebook launched its Level Up Program in June for video game content creators, designed to help livestreamers grow their audiences on the social network. The program was originally limited to users in the U.S., U.K., Philippines, Malaysia and Thailand. However, in a Facebook Gaming blog post, Bob Slinn, head of games partnerships for Europe, the...
  • 4 Ways Media Companies Can Take Advantage of a New Era of Native Advertising
    The media industry is in the midst of huge changes that are demanding new revenue models, innovative new product configurations and a willingness to explore untapped markets. With traditional advertising channels eroding, the time is ripe for new approaches to native content programs. Most existing programs are tailored to big brands, but they can be...
  • Indoors in July? Console Games Were One of Facebook IQ’s Topics to Watch
    July is perceived as a month for outdoor activities, but when the temperatures got too high, Facebook users turned to console games, making them a Topic to Watch for the month, according to Facebook IQ. The social network's research arm found conversation volume up 2.4 times both year-over-year and month-over-month for console games and related...
  • Brand Safety Concerns Come to Twitter as Sponsored Tweets Run on Profiles Selling Illegal Drugs
    The brand safety issues that plagued YouTube and Facebook in recent years have now made their way to Twitter. The 4A's Advertiser Protection Bureau (APB), formed in April as an industrywide effort to address such issues, was alerted to an incident last week that saw sponsored tweets running on Twitter profiles created to promote the...

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  • Surprise! Netflix suddenly cancels 'The Break with Michelle Wolf'
    Netflix isn't known for being quick to cancel or even do much quality control with its glut of original content. But the streaming service confirmed that the company would not be ordering additional episodes of The Break with Michelle Wolf. The move comes as a bit of an unpleasant surprise, considering the cancellation is happening […]
  • Here's why the feds are freaked out about a drone attack
    U.S. officials sent out a warning after Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro was attacked with explosive drones in a failed assassination attempt. The Aug. 4 attack targeted Maduro while he was giving a speech in Caracas. He was unharmed but seven soldiers were hurt. It raised concerns worldwide that commercial drones could be used to harm […]
  • Netflix is testing ads and people are freaking out
    Say it ain't so.  The company that almost single-handedly introduced us to binging video has apparently gone decidedly old-school with the latest innovation being tested on its platform. That's right, Netflix is running commercials.  SEE ALSO: Netflix has tons of hidden categories — here's how to see them So reports Cord Cutter News, which notes […]
  • Dr. Pimple Popper on the one thing even she finds disgusting
    Dermatologist Sandra Lee — better known as Dr. Pimple Popper — is not your typical Instagram star. Instead of beauty tutorials or fashion hauls, Dr. Lee is known for her oozing, explosive, forever satisfying pimple popping videos.  SEE ALSO: Navel stones to ingrown toenails: Can you handle YouTube's grossest videos? She has a TLC show, […]
  • Crazybaby Air 1S review: Good sound in a questionable design
    Crazybaby Air 1S $159 View Product The Good Good sound • with powerful bass • Lightweight and comfortable The Bad Large • not-so-portable carrying case • Lousy battery life • Bluetooth pairing process can be stressful The Bottom Line While the Crazybaby Air 1S are truly wireless earbuds, a bulky carrying case with only 12-hours […]
  • Laptops on sale this weekend: Save on Apple MacBooks, Lenovo IdeaPads, Google Pixelbooks, and more
    Laptop on the fritz? We got you. SEE ALSO: Best cheap laptops: 10 options for under $500 It's the freakin' weekend and that means another round of laptops have gone on sale. And as the end of summer and beginning of school crawls ever closer, you know retailers are starting to drop prices big timeAmazon, […]
  • Amazon is discounting Fire 7 Kids Edition tablets for a limited time
    Kids aren't always the most trustworthy when it comes to taking care of their stuff. Whether it's toys or new phones, all of the stuff you give them should be considered at risk for damage. But don't worry, the Amazon Fire 7 Kids Edition is here to lower those stress levels when it comes to […]
  • The #DeleAlliChallenge has people attempting to make an unusual hand gesture
    The #InMyFeelings challenge is going to have to take a seat for just a second. The next internet craze is upon us: People are trying, and mostly failing, to copy a pose Tottenham Hotspur player Dele Alli did after he scored a goal against Newcastle this week. Whether it was planned or not, this was […]
  • No one asked for this 3D re-imagining of Homer Simpson but here it is
    Kiss your nightmare-less nights goodbye. Artist Miguel Vasquez has created an image which will haunt you forever. It's a 3D rendering of what he believes Homer Simpson would look like if he were a real human being. I need you to look at each of these images so that I won't be the only witness […]
  • Save $30 on the Amazon Fire TV Cube through Aug. 25
    Are you still paying for cable? Ugh. It's time to get your home entertainment system up to date. Amazon's Fire TV Cube, which is currently on sale, could be just the thing you need. SEE ALSO: Get a new TV for your smart home with this 55-inch LG OLED B8, on sale for $1000 off […]

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  • TV ad: National Association of Realtors: Shower
    Here's new work just breaking for the National Association of Realtors out of Arnold Boston. It's a series of absurdist little art films on the quirks and peculiarities of real estate shoppers. No matter how strange your house hunting ideosyncracy, your Realtor will understand. As you'll see, it's an agency and client who embraced a […]
  • TV ad: National Association of Realtors: Ceiling
    Here's new work just breaking for the National Association of Realtors out of Arnold Boston. It's a series of absurdist little art films on the quirks and peculiarities of real estate shoppers. No matter how strange your house hunting ideosyncracy, your Realtor will understand. As you'll see, it's an agency and client who embraced a […]
  • TV ad: Ola Cabs: OLA #MyIndependenceDay
    A recreated look into Meghna Sahoo's morning of her first day as an Ola cab driver-partner. Agency: Happy mcgarrybowenCategory: Travel, transport & tourismClient: Ola CabsAgency: Happy mcgarrybowenProducer: Mrinal ChodankarDirector: M.G.BopannaExecutive Producer: Nupur GuhaExecutive Producer: Tushar RautDoP: Jay PatelEditor: Rachit MehtaAssociate Producer: Suraj ShettyMusic Director: Raxit TiwariMusic Director: Kenneth BasumatariOther credits: Happy McGarryBowen: Chief Executive Officer: […]
  • Print ad: Hilô Fashion: Father's Day Hilô
    Advert title(s): 1. Fathers to envy and to feel jealous too 2. Style in every step 3. Your father doesn't need to look like an uncleCategory: Clothing & footwearClient: Hilô FashionAgency: Capim.AGCreative Director: marcelo sacramentoCreative Director: Gustavo Bu FreitasArt Director: marcelo sacramentoCopywriter: Gustavo Bu FreitasAgency Producer: Capim.AG
  • Print ad: Hilô Fashion: Father's Day Hilô
    Advert title(s): 1. Fathers to envy and to feel jealous too 2. Style in every step 3. Your father doesn't need to look like an uncleCategory: Clothing & footwearClient: Hilô FashionAgency: Capim.AGCreative Director: marcelo sacramentoCreative Director: Gustavo Bu FreitasArt Director: marcelo sacramentoCopywriter: Gustavo Bu FreitasAgency Producer: Capim.AG
  • Print ad: Hilô Fashion: Father's Day Hilô
    Advert title(s): 1. Fathers to envy and to feel jealous too 2. Style in every step 3. Your father doesn't need to look like an uncleCategory: Clothing & footwearClient: Hilô FashionAgency: Capim.AGCreative Director: marcelo sacramentoCreative Director: Gustavo Bu FreitasArt Director: marcelo sacramentoCopywriter: Gustavo Bu FreitasAgency Producer: Capim.AG
  • Print ad: Valongo Fact-Checking: New website Valongo Fact-Checking
    take a look into the new website and keep tracking of what your candidate saysCategory: GovernmentClient: Valongo Fact-CheckingAgency: Capim.AGCreative Director: marcelo sacramentoCreative Director: Gustavo Bu FreitasArt Director: marcelo sacramentoCopywriter: Gustavo Bu Freitas
  • Print ad: Valongo Fact-Checking: New website Valongo Fact-Checking
    take a look into the new website and keep tracking of what your candidate saysCategory: GovernmentClient: Valongo Fact-CheckingAgency: Capim.AGCreative Director: marcelo sacramentoCreative Director: Gustavo Bu FreitasArt Director: marcelo sacramentoCopywriter: Gustavo Bu Freitas
  • Print ad: Valongo Fact-Checking: New website Valongo Fact-Checking
    Take a look into the new website and keep tracking of what your candidate says Agency: Capim.AGCategory: GovernmentClient: Valongo Fact-CheckingAgency: Capim.AGCreative Director: marcelo sacramentoCreative Director: Gustavo Bu FreitasArt Director: marcelo sacramentoCopywriter: Gustavo Bu Freitas
  • Print ad: Plastic Bag Free World: Second
    Avoid further suffocation, keep plastic bags away from people, animals and the planet. Choose a bag for life, not a bag for death. Agency: One Black Bear, UK.Category: Public interestClient: Plastic Bag Free WorldAgency: One Black Bear, UKArt Director / Copywriter: Jason Vinny VinciguerraCreative Director/ writer: Richard ElwellCreative Director/ art director: Jon HarrisonOther credits: Retoucher: […]

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  • Set the Strategic Goals that Drive Your Content Marketing
    There are a lot of reasons why I dislike the term content marketing, but the most important one is that it’s vague. Are we talking about a YouTube “let’s play” gaming video? A clever tweet from a big brand? Or maybe a blog post or podcast episode? Because that word content is there, the content […]
  • 3 Areas of Focus for Consistently High-Quality Content
    OK, I’m just going to say it. In today’s world, publishing second-rate content is a total waste of time. There’s no point in contributing to the growing pile of mediocrity. It wastes your time, and, worse, it wastes your audience’s time. Sometimes I’ll see a marketer complaining that: “I spent two years doing all of […]
  • How Successful Marketing Writers Plan Their Content
    I never realized just how important it was to connect content with business goals until I had a particular conversation with a client. The client, excited to get started on blog content together, had a running list of topics for me to cover. But then something strange happened. When I asked for background information on […]
  • Easy Email Inbox: Reply to 3 Types of Messages (and Don’t Sweat the Rest)
    When you run a content marketing platform, you’ll get other types of messages from your audience in addition to blog comments. You’ll get emails. Many people have a love/hate relationship with email. When it’s good, it’s really good — but when it’s bad, managing your inbox feels like a huge waste of time. But like […]
  • Become Ruthlessly Productive by Tightening Up These 3 Systems
    Okay, maybe not “ruthlessly.” But we all have lots of things we need to get done, and that means we need smart strategies to work efficiently — without compromising quality. This week, we shared some adjustments you can make to your systems that will help you kick your productivity into a higher gear. If we’re […]
  • The 10-Step Content Marketing Checklist
    In the last few years, content marketing has become the marketing approach that all the cool kids are supposed to be doing. Coca-Cola is doing it, IKEA is doing it, Copyblogger has been doing and talking about it for more than 10 years now. So it’s a no-brainer, right? Except, uhhhh, what is it exactly, […]
  • How to Architect Your Day to Be More Productive
    When I sat down to write this post, I drew a blank. I knew what I wanted to write about, but the words just weren’t there. My head was empty — a smooth, cavernous zilch. So I answered some emails. And then I went to the gym. After the gym, I headed for a coffee […]
  • Try This System to Manage Your Blog Comments Faster (and with Less Stress)
    I think the best way to introduce the topic of this post is to remind you that my favorite word is No. At the risk of sounding no-fun, I like rules. If you’re in a position to set rules for any given situation, they can help you reach solutions to issues faster and avoid future […]
  • 3 Resources for Creating More Courageous Content
    Sometimes, we’re fearless with our writing and content. We know what we want to say, and we pour it onto the page with passion and courage. Other times … not so much. Nerves or a lack of confidence can keep you from publishing excellent work. This week, we’ve got three resources that will get more […]
  • How to Publish Regularly, Even If You Lack Writing Confidence
    Recently, a writing student asked me about the dilemma of keeping to a publishing schedule, even when you can see all of the flaws in your own writing. How can we publish content every week, or even every month, when we still have so much to learn? Most of us run into this sometimes — […]

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  • Dermodex Unphotographed Album for Late Adopters
    Reckitt Benckiser nappy rash brand Dermodex has launched the Unphotographed Album (O Álbum Nunca Fotografado), in association with Brazilian National Adoption Day (May 25). Late adoption in Brazil is still rare in Brazil, often associated with various myths and prejudices. Today, 92% of children who are waiting for adoption are over 7 years old. However, […]
  • World Cup History Will Be Made with BBC Tapestry
    The BBC is running “History Will Be made”, a marketing campaign for the 2018 FIFA World Cup to be held in Russia. Every World Cup has a host of iconic moments and everyone has their own individual favourite that immediately takes you back to that time and place. The campaign trailer, “The Tapestry”, takes a […]
  • It’s a Tide Ad
    David Harbour, known for his role as Chief Jim Hopper in the Netflix drama series Stranger Things, provides cameo after cameo in Procter & Gamble Super Bowl commercial “It’s A Tide Ad”. Aired during the NFL Super Bowl LII 2018, the Tide Ad series has David Harbour claiming that every time you see clean clothes […]
  • Lamb Side Story unites Australian left and right
    MLA (Meat & Livestock Australia) is running “Lamb Side Story”, an advertising campaign encouraging Australians to put aside their differences and embrace a summer ‘Lambnesty’. The commercial at the heart of the campaign provides a song and dance homage to the West Side Story musical. A modern day lamb barbecue set in a suburban cul […]
  • Don’t You Forget About Me – State Farm
    State Farm is running “Don’t You (Forget About Me)”, a commercial featuring the 1985 Simple Minds hit in the context of a soup kitchen, supporting the insurance company’s Neighborhood of Good movement. The holidays are a popular time to get involved and give back, but when the decorations come down and the season of giving […]
  • BBC One – The Supporting Act
    BBC One’s Christmas 2017 campaign featured an animated short film, “The Supporting Act”, illustrating the joy of a shared moment. The 2 minute film follows a 10-year-old girl who practices day in and day out to give the most important dance performance of her life. Her dad is always with her but he’s busy, and […]
  • Time Machine for Breast Cancer Now
    Breast Cancer Now – the UK’s largest breast cancer charity, is running “Time Machine”, a commercial raising awareness of a goal of defeating breast cancer by 2050. The Time Machine commercial follows a young girl on a secret mission – the purpose of which isn’t revealed to the viewer until the very end. Over a […]
  • I am the future – Itau Bank
    Brazilian bank Itaú Unibanco is running a commercial, “I Am The Future” (Eu sou o futuro), designed to inspire proactive engagement with the future. Narrated by Brazilian actress Fernanda Montenegro, the film discusses how people’s actions in the present can influence everyone’s future. Themes such as love, fear, uncertainty, truth, happiness, peace, differences and hope […]
  • Esso Reindeer Princess
    ExxonMobil Europe is connecting into the Christmas season with “Esso Reindeer Princess”, an online film set in Norway. The commercial explores the story of Anne, a young woman who has found her place in the Sámi tradition of reindeer racing. Growing up in her local community she felt as though she didn’t fit. However she […]
  • Otto Feliz Navidad – Christmas Together
    Germany shopping chain OTTO is running “Together It’s Christmas”, an advertising campaign centred on the classic Christmas song “Feliz Navidad”. Set in the middle of the Bolivian mountains, the Together It’s Christmas commercial (Gemeinsam wird’s Weihnachten) shows a bus journey going awry after a landslide. With no help in sight, the passengers come to realise […]

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  • App offers free burritos
    Dos Toros is giving consumers what they want - free burritos. That is if you download their new app Burrito Time and are super attentive to your phone.The app sends out one push notification a day, and if you're one of the first 10 people to see it and open the app, you get a […]
  • Encouraging kids to play dirty
    Screen time for kids is a growing topic of conversation and also concern in many countries, with studies backing up that it's not good for childhood development.One brand is helping to incent and excite kids to go outside and get dirty (because then it can clean your clothes). Laundry detergent brand OMO (also known as […]
  • Turning yoga pants into business attire
    Some industries evolve and innovate not just for a customer need, but by a customer born out of a need not being met.Enter Joanna Dai - a former bank exec who worked long hours and found that today's high-end business clothing for women weren't holding up as well as she could, from long days to […]
  • Smart wristbands are a smart move for hotels
    Wearable tech is a great tool for CX and Melia hotels, a hotel chain in Spain, is not only using it for its own services, but also shopping experiences beyond its doors.Hotel patrons can pay for onsite services such as food, the spa, and more with smart wristbands, and parents can enable controls for each […]
  • "Oh Sh*t" insurance for Millennials
    Younger generations (aka Millennials) are buying less insurance for potentially varying reasons - shifting towards shared economies, or just a sense of not needing or not being able to afford policies like renters insurance.Sonnet Insurance has created a tactic to try and convert new, younger consumers with an "Oh Sh*t" policy that will allow consumers […]
  • Custom beats fit for royalty
    Move over postcard, there's a new keepsake in town. Royal Caribbean is upping its game and creating custom videos for cruisers that will be a more memorable take away that they'll look at time and again (and share) versus a tchotchke they'll store in the back of a drawer somewhere.Users will be able to select […]
  • Burger King is turning guns into grills
    In a bold move, Burger King is inserting itself into the issue of gun control, a risk a lot of brands likely wouldn't take head on.They are installing bins outside select locations that will allow people to drop off their unwanted or old guns, which Burger King will then make into grills that will produce […]
  • Move over DeLorean, tunnels are the new time machine
    Insurance is, in theory, something there to help you during tumultuous or bad times. Croatia Insurance wanted to illustrate that the company itself has endured and survived tumultuous times throughout the country's history while still serving consumers and being there for them, and brought that to life with an interactive experience.The company transformed a WWII […]
  • Whiskey-ing consumers away to Scotland
    To show off celebrate its new $180 million distillery The Macallan whiskey brand set up a 4-D cube to give consumers a virtual tour of it, complete with multi-sensory experiences including wind and scents. It's a nice way for consumers to see the craft and care that goes into making such a high-end product, without […]
  • The great outdoors office space
    Everyone knows L.L. Bean as a company that makes products and gear focused around being outdoors, but the company realized that a lot of its target audience work, requiring them to spend most of their time during the week indoors.To celebrate being outdoors, and encourage people to go outside during the work day, the brand created a […]

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