Havas Entertainment

London Kx.havas.com/havas-entertainment

Disciplines

  • Branded content
  • Influencer marketing
  • Media planning & buying
  • Public relations (PR)

About

Havas Entertainment creates meaningful moments in culture for entertainment brands battling for attention, as well as those who see entertainment as an effective vehicle to engage with their audiences.

We travel at the speed of culture. We connect to communities and tribes, translating their language of ‘drops and moments’ into meaningful brand experiences. Combining relentless passion with in-depth category expertise to turn consumers into fans and fans into consumers through a data-fuelled, connected blend of media, creativity and PR.

A shift from old fashioned ‘reach and frequency’ planning to more impactful ‘buzz and attention’.



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Thought Leadership

Should the creative industry be doing more to elevate culture?

We asked industry leaders how the industry can ensure that culture is more than just an empty buzzword

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Thought Leadership

Should brands embrace light relief this Christmas?

Striking the right tone for Christmas this year is no easy feat for brands and advertisers

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Thought Leadership

Advertisers to spend £9.5bn in festive ad bonanza

The UK advertising market’s annual Super Bowl moment is budget busting according to the Advertising Association and WARC

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Thought Leadership

‘Get comfortable with the uncomfortable’

Five key learnings from Havas’ National Inclusion Week event.

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Voices

All In celebrates next wave of champions

The drive for a more inclusive workplace gathers momentum with almost 100 of the most progressive industry brands achieving All In Champion status.

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Fuel Your Imagination

Havas and L’Or turn to the power of podcasting

The ‘Secret Podcast Experience’ sees the brand build on the immersive experience and growth of podcasting.

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Voices

All In Census returns March 15th

The industry wide census led by the Advertising Association, the IPA and ISBA is set to return next spring