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The Gym promotes the mental health benefits of working out for students

Timed to coincide with a new year of study, the campaign is designed to remind students that time spent working out can remove them from their everyday frustrations.

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The Financial Times calls on readers to step up to pave the way from crisis to recovery

True leadership seems to be in short supply, a thought that is at the heart of the Financial Times’ latest campaign.

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Häagen-Dazs and Openaire Cinema bring movies to London’s Regent’s Canal

As businesses and individuals get used to a new world of social distancing, sanitised equipment and limited numbers, creativity is vital to producing experiences that still delight and inspire audiences.

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Durex’s latest campaign challenges taboos and misconceptions around anal sex

Durex’s new campaign is a powerful example of advertising which is determined to change the narrative, to dismantle outdated and often incorrect misconceptions and stigmas around sex

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JET celebrates the open road and helping drivers ‘Keep on Moving’

Gone are the long haul flights or even flights at all and in their place come the humble staycation and the good old fashioned road trip.

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Lovehoney brings light relief to a nation in lockdown

The work, which is the Lovehoney’s first OOH campaign, raises a smile whilst simultaneously working to dismantle the taboos around sexual wellbeing and sex toys.

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Kellogg’s takes us from lockdown to the playground

With schools opening back up, Kellogg’s celebrates the new term with a campaign showing one boy and his dad’s journey from lockdown to playground.

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The IPC shines a spotlight on the fastest fully blind sprinter in the world

‘Wait for the Greats’ invites us to do just that, to keep the momentum and to celebrate the achievements of inspirational individuals like David Brown.

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KFC removes its iconic slogan in its first ever global campaign

It’s an example of the power of reactive marketing, of reflecting the world the brand’s consumers actually live in right now whilst still keeping with KFC's irreverent tone.

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Deutsche Telekom and Billie Eilish celebrate the screen-obsessed Gen Z

The beauty of campaigns such as this is that it focuses on the reality; on how the generation itself would choose to portray themselves. Where society sees screen-obsessed, they see endless possibilities.

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Gay Times tackles misconceptions about, and empowers the voices of, the LGBTQ+ community

‘It can happen, it does happen, it will happen’ is an example of the power of communications to challenge unconscious bias and to educate and enlighten people to change.

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Lifebuoy returns to the UK to influence the nation’s hygiene habits

A new campaign recognises the unique position the brand is in during these uncertain times, using it as a force for good to bring about long lasting and vital behavioural change.

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UK Black Pride marks its 15th anniversary by celebrating home

The campaign signifies that despite being apart during lockdown, the community can come together and celebrate in the ‘home’ that UK Black Pride have created for them.

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Starbucks thanks customers for wearing a mask

By bringing some light-relief to mask-wearing, the brand successfully normalises something which all consumers must increasingly embrace as part of everyday life.

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Global Action Plan’s breathable billboard promotes cleaner air

Fewer commuters, more people opting to walk or cycle and less planes in the sky have led to lower levels of pollution recorded across London for the first time in years.

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