19 Dec 2007
Many agencies in this sector have pushed beyond the narrow confines of traditional sales promotion activities in recent years, acquiring experiential and digital skills, which have allowed them to provide a more strategic service. Some of these efforts are bearing fruit, with a number of agencies achieving...
19 Dec 2007
The Olympics have forced brands to think harder about how to use sponsorship, with the games offering neither access to athletes for promotional purposes nor in-stadium ad opportunities. Indeed, the London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games (LOCOG) goes out of its way not...
24 Oct 2007
| by David Murphy
Digital has recorded huge growth this year as agencies reap the rewards of the medium's elevated status.
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10 Oct 2007
The days of pure sales promotion look numbered as brand tie-ups and collaborations gain in popularity, writes Robert Gray.
05 Sep 2007
| by Mary Cowlett
Operating in a mature market, agencies are seeking growth by turning the data they collect into workable insights.
22 Aug 2007
Major multiples are benefiting from consumers' taste for goods at both ends of the quality and premium spectrum.
08 Aug 2007
Field marketing has continued to polarise between traditional field marketers and their younger experiential counterparts.
11 Jul 2007
| by Vox pop
Britain in 2007 is a pessimistic place to be, according to a national research project conducted by McCann Erickson and reported by Marketing. Gordon Brown has inherited an electorate from Tony Blair whose mood is confused and frequently angry. In the light of these findings, brands that offer stability...
04 Jul 2007
| by David Tiltman
The London 2012 farrago has done them no favours, but agencies are benefiting from tapping more varied revenue streams.