We wanted to give you a little glimpse of the highlights through a recap of our last in person event, Advertising Week.
The number of leadership roles being filled by BIPOC talent is actually decreasing and all the words in the world won’t help. Here are ten actions that our agency has found effective in keeping our EDI efforts moving forward.
Guided by Agencias Argentinas, this project aims to create a hub of Argentine talent, enabling firms to provide marketing, content, and advertising services to other markets in a unified and collective approach. The objective is to stimulate the communication industry and achieve a 5x growth in the coming decade.
Mental health and well-being are truly the next frontier in the ever-present battle for great talent, reclaiming the relevancy of advertising agencies as sought-after workplaces once again –– and an important new way for agencies to create more welcoming and inclusive cultures.
Advertising Week New York delegates already know how special the PENN DISTRICT venue is as it played host to the biggest Advertising Week event ever. We sat down with Stephanie Blake, CEO of Skylight, the company behind the PENN DISTRICT.
But what were the major discussions? Which topics will likely shape the industry in 2024? Here are my four key takeaways from the most important topics discussed at the event.
We have spoken to industry experts about how brands can advertise authentically during Black History Month and how they can carry these principles of diversity and inclusion into their hiring practices, branding strategies and storytelling throughout the year.
The DOJ’s legal action against Google could take years. But while they are in trial, those who take this as a call to action and start planning ahead of the court’s decree will find long-term success.
Group Black has built the infrastructure, measurement capabilities, and operational teams for over 250 Black-owned media companies, enabling them to compete with anyone in the industry.
Businesses are being forced – by their customers, by their governments, by their shareholders – to invest in sustainability, to reduce emissions and inequalities. This system change is only going in one direction, with pressure groups and punchy start-ups pointing the way that individual consumer and employment choices will follow.
Becoming a parent marks a monumental shift in a woman’s life. Stepping into motherhood is not just about new experiences and responsibilities, it’s also the onset of a transformative consumer journey.
Creative is most effective when audiences see themselves reflected in it, so being cognizant of these key concerns when planning creative will drive impact by building relevance.
With the eyes of the world finally turning to these issues, and many rights holders and organisations still slow to act, now is the perfect window for brands to step forward and seize the moment.
Critically thinking about cultural exploration is a pursuit worth pouring effort into. Not only does it make us more effective marketers, it makes us more open-minded people.
Common ground between Gen Z and Baby Boomers may seem worlds apart, but as advertisers we can use our craft to bring them closer together and achieve powerful, effective campaigns simultaneously – just by relying on the Heart, Art and Science.
Federal government shutdowns cast a long shadow of uncertainty over the advertising industry. These shutdowns are not merely inconveniences; they have severe financial repercussions.
Avoid ageist stereotypes and biases and meet 50+ consumers where they are with a holistic approach that taps into 50+ adults’ wide-ranging information needs, engaged lifestyles, and willingness to invest in themselves, and you’ll enhance your brand’s connections with this dominant demographic in business-building ways.
In the categories of fashion, lifestyle and gaming, the study found that Black creators generate 10.5x the media value of their non-Black creators. You can find the full study here.
All players have a role in providing credible guidance and advice around carbon emissions associated with marketing and the clock is ticking, so it’s time for everyone to roll up their sleeves and get to work on projects that will make a difference.