UK based technology start-up Spoon Guru has launched its new Health and Wellness Suite for retailers to help customers discover the right foods for their individual health objectives and dietary needs.
Trustpilot has launched ‘Transparent Inviting’ – a platform that provides consumers with more insight into how companies receive, invite and respond to reviews.
The CES consumer tech show in Las Vegas features thousands of companies from Google and Samsung to unknown startups, all showcasing their 'next big thing' in tech. We take a look at the most notable gadgets to come out of this year's expo, from the innovative to the odd.
Costa Coffee has named MediaCom UK as its new media planning and buying partner, taking over from Zenith following a review of contract.
App developer Pepper HQ has worked with mobile payments service provider Judopay to produce an “online-offline” solution for Young’s, one of the largest pub chains in the UK.
We all know Valentine’s Day is full of emotion - this is reflected in all Valentine’s Day video campaigns that land year on year. This year, video creation platform Wochit, predicted the trends that we saw hit our hearts, minds and wallets. Here are some trends we watched and noticed just how brands are using emotions to draw in consumers and influence behaviours.
Procter & Gamble was the UK’s biggest spender in traditional advertising in 2018, reveals Nielsen data released today. Sky overtook the consumer goods corporation in 2017, but now comes in at second place.
Geo-marketing, voice ordering and direct to consumer selling are among some key trends for FMCG brands this year, according to new research.
FMCG giant Unilever has bought UK healthy snacks firm Graze for a reported value of £150m.
This year’s Super Bowl ads avoided the controversy of previous finals in favour of easy laughs and surprise tie-ins, with Budweiser and Bumble generating the most social media buzz.
Budweiser has released its much-anticipated 2019 Super Bowl advert, for the match on 3rd February, as it celebrates the brand’s pledge for a brighter future with renewable electricity.
Burger King ran a guerrilla marketing campaign tricking influencers into raising brand awareness for their new dessert fries, but one of them has hit back.
Gillette has courted both controversy and praise for its latest ad, a short film, called Believe, which shows images of bullying, sexual harassment and aggressive male behaviour.
As 2018 draws to a close, we look at some of the biggest marketing blunders of the year. From backfiring tweets to political privacy blunders, there were plenty of mistakes from companies that should know better. Read on, learn from the mistakes and hope your team doesn’t make the list in 2019…
From Amazon's car boot deliveries to Samsung's foldable phones, technology took us in some strange directions during 2018. In this special article, we celebrate the 10 weirdest news stories of the year.
2018 was another big year for digital marketing, with the rise of voice search, AI going mainstream and Walmart buying FlipKart. This was the year that Spotify went public, Huawei overtook iPhone and a video game sparked a dance craze. In this special report, we’ve identified 17 of the biggest trends of the year.
Sales momentum remains weak across the grocery industry, with headline growth of +2.3% over the last four weeks, according to data released by Nielsen.
From fake movies to dog selfies, 2018 marked another big year for video viral marketing case studies. Personalised ads, pranks and long-form storytelling were key themes this year. To round off the year, our team has assembled 20 standout virals from around the world for your viewing pleasure...
Pepsico-owned brands Doritos and Mountain Dew combined forces to issue a creative ad that aired during the Super Bowl which combined a social media hashtag campaign with celebrity power as Morgan Freeman and Peter Dinklage faced off in a lip-sync rap battle.
One of the worst (and most dangerous) viral trends of the year was the Tide Pod challenge featured people making videos of biting or eating the extremely hazardous detergent pods. The P&G- owned laundry brand responded with this short video featuring a well-known NFL star to set the record straight.