McDonald’s is shaking up all 14,000 of its American restaurants with a faster food service that will allow customers to order their burgers, shakes and fries from a digital touch-screen instead of que
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Santa Claus' wife swoops into London to deliver festive joy to a young brother and sister, to launch Marks & Spencer's 2016 Christmas campaign.
After reporting its fourth consecutive quarter of sales growth, Morrisons has taken encouragement and claims it is now an “admired brand”. But just being admired won’t see sales continue to come throu
Birds Eye is attempting to make its U.K. audience feel emotional about frozen peas in its new campaign, the first work to come out of Grey London
Lipton has decided to ditch TV for a mobile-first campaign in a bid to reposition the brand for a younger audience and highlight its ethical credentials.
Pret's 'Opening doors' campaign tells the story of its apprenticeship scheme, which offers support, training and jobs to people affected by homelessness.
The campaign sheds light on the difficult living conditions in war-torn Damascus. The damaged home comes with price tags that double as donation slips.
Brands are increasingly using real people in their ads, as consumers reject big-budget campaigns, but does this approach resonate with audiences?