Marketing mistakes are nothing new, and it's plain to see that even huge retailers can still slip up.
Four adverts on Amazon have been banned by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) over “misleading” savings claims.
Boots has been voted the UK’s top brand among women, overtaking last year’s winner Marks & Spencer.
Tesco has sparked major controversy on social media over a children’s fox hunting costume and has been threatened with a boycott.
Aldi’s Christmas advert for alcohol has been banned for having a “strong appeal to audiences under the age of 18” by the Advertis
High street fashion retailer River Island has launched a campaign seeking to raise awareness of “outdated and irrelevant” labels
Instagram has pushed further into the ecommerce world launching a new shoppable advert system dubbed “collection” campaigns.
The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has voted to ban Poundland’s controversial “Elf Behaving Badly” campaign.
YouTube's list of the top ads of 2017 have placed John Lewis, Marks & Spencer and Sainsbury's firmly in the top 10.
Harvey Nichols has ignited a sexism debate after a disgruntled writer tweeted about a tongue-in-cheek sign.