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This Shuttle Keeps Driving if You Keep Singing, to Promote Clean Energy

If being trapped in a car with people singing nonstop doesn't sound like your idea of a good time, you may want to sit out the Ruisrock festival in Turku, Finland this year. Between July 6 and 8,...

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How a New Fitness Club in NYC Attracted Top Creative Talent From Droga5,...

There's a new fitness club in New York, and creatives from top shops like Droga5, Anomaly and R/GA have joined. And they didn't just buy a monthly membership--they quit their agency jobs and jumped...

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While Tom Cruise Is Off Doing His Own Stunts, Here’s How His Bored Stuntman...

One of the key press narratives pushed by Paramount in the campaigns for the past three Mission: Impossible movies has been that star Tom Cruise is willing and able to do his own stunts. For 2011's...

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14 Eye-Catching Campaigns From Cannes’ Gallery of Standout Work

CANNES, France--Each year, the Cannes Lions Festival showcases all winning and shortlisted work in a gallery format. Hundreds of entries, ranging from packaging to print to video, line the aisles of...

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Budweiser’s Cannes-Winning Search Campaign Has Been Hijacked by Another Brewer

As anyone who's ever dipped a toe in SEO can tell you, search is a fickle friend. Just when you think you have a winning strategy to drive people where you want them to go, someone else swoops in to...

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As the Industry Evolves, It’s Time for CMOs to Act Like CEOs

Gartner's prediction that CMOs will outspend CIOs on technology is now a fact: CMOs will use 12 percent of their company's revenue on marketing technologies in 2018. It makes sense. Just as a consumer...

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Marketing Independent League Baseball Is All About the Experience—and Not the...

Players past and present are the pillars of marketing for Major League Baseball, and affiliated Minor League Baseball clubs often highlight the presence of highly touted prospects that will eventually...

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Jet Lagged? Delta and Equinox Have Created a Recovery Workout Called ‘Sweatlag’

Despite its vaguely unpleasant-sounding name, Delta and Equinox collaboration "Sweatlag" is actually about keeping you in tip-top shape when you travel. Everyone knows jet lag can be an unfortunate...

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How Brands Can Use Data to Bridge the Gap Between Human and Machine

It may seem counterintuitive that, in order to make a more human connection with consumers, we've found ourselves using machines to be less machine-like. However, in order to remain human-centered amid...

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Will Free Entertainment Boost Prime Day Sales This Year?

Robbie Williams is a huge pop star in the U.K.--the British equivalent of a Justin Timberlake (but probably not quite a Beyonc?) whose first brush with fame came with a pop group in the '90s and who...

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How Does a Food’s Color Affect Its Taste? This Supermarket Ran an Experiment...

Intermarch? shows how artificial ingredients can color our perceptions and even subvert our sense of taste in a 60-second film introducing the French grocery chain's L'Essentiel range of natural food...

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HeadCount.org Is Using Concerts to Grab the Attention of Pro-Weed Voters

Not all people who attend concerts are consumers of cannabis, and not all consumers of cannabis attend shows, but nonpartisan voter engagement organization HeadCount.org is looking to connect with the...

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Lawyers for WPP and Martin Sorrell Exchange Letters Over Ex-CEO’s ‘Unlawful’...

The spat between WPP and former CEO Martin Sorrell over the future ownership of digital production company MediaMonks quickly escalated into a potential legal battle this week. The Guardian first...

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Sonos’ Future Is at the Mercy of Tech Giants as It Heads Into IPO

Sonos filed for an initial public offering on Friday amidst an ongoing business transformation that will test its mettle against tech's biggest names. The long-anticipated move comes as the stereo...

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Omnicom Digital Strategy Consultancy TLGG Expands to the U.S.

Digital strategy consultancy TLGG is expanding to the U.S. with an office in the New York hub of parent company Omnicom. The move will allow TLGG to offer its digital strategy, business model...

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New Survey Finds World Cup Fans Are Even More Passionate Than Expected

Soccer in the United States is flourishing--especially among young fans--and will continue to grow in interest, according to a study released today by NBCUniversal Telemundo Enterprises in partnership...

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How Cannabis Manufacturers Tell a Story Through Their Sophisticated Packaging

Product packaging is one of the oldest branding disciplines. Now, packaging is increasingly becoming a storytelling medium, especially in a nascent industry like recreational cannabis. Gone are the...

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Nary a Sponsor In Sight, This World Cup Animation Is a Charmer

As a general rule, World Cup advertising tends to include fast food, soda or any other manner of official connection to the tournament itself. Stretching its legs, however, creative production company...

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Evian Says Goodbye to Decade-Long Babies Campaign and Introduces...

For Evian, it's out with the old and in with the new. As of today, the brand is saying goodbye to its iconic babies campaign, which it first rolled out nearly 10 years ago, and is debuting a new...

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Ikea Takes the High Road as English Fans Get Sassy After World Cup Win

At this year's World Cup, two teams were hard to root against. Japan's team reminded everyone about the importance of courtesy by not only cleaning up their locker room but leaving a thank-you note to...

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