The in-house team at department store Selfridges has launched an ad campaign with an alternative take on the traditional festive genre.
Boots' largest ever integrated campaign aims to take stress out of shopping with interactive 'Bootiques'
The campaign aims to take the anxiety out of Christmas gifting, with pop-ups and personalised activations that should attract customers into its stores.
PR firm Taylor Herring has teamed up with British brand Card Factory to launch its first Christmas PR campaign, 'Festive Family Photocards'.
Spots position Debenhams as hotspot for seasonal shopping.
Pop icon reprises festive classic 25 years after release.
Dog welfare charity Dogs Trust has launched a campaign that aims to stop puppy purchases snowballing in the run-up to Christmas.
Paddy McGuinness and Emma Willis head to the Christmas markets to sample some of M&S's Christmas range in a spot packed full of clichés and cheese (in the shape of an M&S Brie en Croute, in case you were wondering).
German discount supermarket Lidl has revealed the first creative from its 2019 Christmas campaign.
Global financial services brand Visa is launching its 2019 Christmas campaign with a focus on independent shopkeepers to inspire people to visit their high street and shop locally this Christmas.
Palm oil purpose has been swapped for the 'magic of Disney' in a Frozen-themed Christmas campaign that launched today.
Furniture giant IKEA wants to silence home shamers in its first ever UK and Ireland Christmas spot.
Aldi's Christmas carrot Kevin returns to deliver a Robbie Williams-inspired festive spectacle after fending off some angry looking brussels sprouts.
Which major retailer has set a new precedent with its 2019 campaign? Which tugs on zero heartstrings or goes all-out woke? Which hits all the right notes or gets called out for picking on sprouts? PR experts scrutinise the first batch of festive campaigns.
BCW's Pete Way casts his eye over his favourite and least favourite (festive) offerings.
With the festive campaigns from big retailers set to be released imminently, we ask some top creative PR minds to gaze into their crystal balls and take a punt on what to expect.
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It may be no bad thing for our industry if the big-budget Christmas ad is no longer with us.