Thursday, October 18, 2018

Snapchat launches new shoppable ads

Snapchat has revealed a new phase of advertising options as it steps up its e-commerce game on social media. The app this morning revealed four...

Amazon banned from selling items as “slimming aids” without evidence

Amazon has been ordered by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) to cease describing food supplements as "slimming".

Nike shares hit all-time high as controversial advertising campaign pays off

Nike’s controversial new advertising campaign has ultimately paid off as its shares hit and all-time high.

Harrods, Harvey Nichols and Fortnum & Mason launch suffragette window displays

Leading department stores across London are celebrating the 100-year anniversary of women gaining the right to vote in the UK.

Balenciaga accused of offensive display in London’s Selfridges store

Both Balenciaga and Selfridges have apologised following the backlash against the campaign which saw outraged shoppers take to Twitter to express their concerns.
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Tesco partners with Jamie Oliver in healthier choices initiative

Tesco has announced a new initiative in partnership with celebrity chef Jamie Oliver that aims to make healthier choices easier.

Holly Willoughby to be Marks and Spencer’s new brand ambassador

Holly Willoughby has selected 20 of her favourite Autumn “must haves” which will be available online and selected M&S stores.

Harveys launched first ever celebrity partnership with Louise Redknapp

Harveys has launched it first ever celebrity partnership with Louise Redknapp.

Donald Trump says Nike is getting “absolutely killed” by boycotts

Donald Trump has weighed in on Nike’s controversial advert featuring NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick.

Nike’s shares hit after featuring controversial athlete Colin Kaepernick in latest advertising campaign

Nike has seen shares drop over three per cent today as it revealed that the Colin Kaepernick would head its latest campaign.

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