What marketers have learned from the coronavirus crisis
In a dedicated trend report, we wrap up key insights and learnings from marketers across the creative industry, from a year of unforeseen challenges.
BITE LIVE 2020 Trend Report
This dedicated trend report wraps up the key themes, learnings and actionable insights from #BITELIVE2020, our free week-long virtual event series, which this year was focused on #ThisIsProgress.
From live sport to the big family Christmas, the cultural touch-points and rituals of daily life are changing irrevocably in the midst of the crisis. What is the role for brands in filling this void?
Whether it's live sports or the big family Christmas, perhaps brands can step in to give a little love this year.
By Izzy Ashton
Hitting the right tone: How brands can capitalise on the power of community and creativity in the midst of the coronavirus crisis
This in-depth discussion will look at how brands hit the right tone with consumers in the midst of an extended lockdown.
Cut through the hype
Brilliant Noise introduce their new book focused on how to cut through hype about influencer marketing and make it easier for everyone to work with this powerful discipline.
Changing the narrative: How Bodyform and AMV broke the mould
The team behind Bodyform’s #wombstories campaign lift the lid on the creative courage, strategic thinking and commitment behind the most groundbreaking marketing movement of the year.
CB X Lucky Generals Podcast: Uncomfortable Conversations, Episode 1
For the first episode of Lucky General's podcast on intersectionality, premiering at BITE LIVE 2020, we explore who works within the creative industries. What are we doing that's working and what do we need to be doing differently?
How advertising is funding climate science denial
Jake Dubbins, Co-Chair of Conscious Advertising Network and MD at Media Bounty explores the hidden dangers of advertising spend and how it can end up funding climate science denial.
Too old, too young, just right
Tag Warner, CEO of GAY TIMES and Anna Dalziel, Founder of 40 Over Forty explore how the industry’s obsession with age is undermining progress.