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BITE LIVE 2020: #ThisIsProgress
by Izzy Ashton
Although this year is unlike any other, marked by pervasive global uncertainty, we are still inspired by inclusive industry leaders, stereotype-busting campaigns and the hope that a new generation of creatives bring.Read more
Thriving Creative Partnerships: All episodes available now
All 10 episodes of our Creativebrief Explores: Thriving Creative Partnerships series are available to watch now. You can find out how the likes of Haribo, WaterWipes, HUN Wine, Persil and more pivoted in a crisis to ensure they were producing the best and most supportive creative work for this timeAll episodes available
Bodyform’s #wombstories cut a swathe through the shame surrounding women’s bodies
by Nicola Kemp
A ground-breaking new campaign marks a step-change for the depiction of the lived-experience of women in advertising.Read more
Why Creativebrief is the single destination for ambitious brand marketers
Creativebrief’s marketing platform helps brand marketers and their teams stay in touch with the complex industry around themRead more
NABS working parents on how they're dealing with life under lockdown
As parents across adland try to get to grips with home-schooling while hitting deadlines, NABS’s working parents share their challenges and top tips for getting through the next few months.Read more
Agency Insight Papers
The Brooklyn Brothers and FT launch News School
We are proud to have partnered with The Financial Times to create an industry first social inclusion programme, News School - a nightly education programme to introduce young people from diverse backgrounds to the news industry. It’s become an industry wide initiative with other media brands getting involved including: WSJ, Economist, Guardian, Spotify, Amazon and YouTube.
Meeting the new hospitality restrictions head-on
WAA Chosen's On-Trade Director explains how bars and restaurants can make proactive changes to their management strategies over the next few weeks with all the new government guidlines within the hospitality industry.
The 2020 Food & Drink Report
The fourth annual Food & Drink Report is based on exclusive consumer research and explores key trends in the behaviour and attitudes of UK shoppers. As well as detailing year-on-year developments, the 2020 report features a special focus on the immediate changes in consumer behaviour as a result of UK lockdown.
The New Tentacles of Engagement Now Need to be Seen
As we navigate the "new normal" drinks brands are determined to find new connections with consumers. Now is the time now for brands to use their marketing budgets to be at the forefront of positive, smart engagement that pushes us all in the right direction towards an optimistic embrace of these uncertain times.
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