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Who Owns Your Face?
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The Science Of Storytelling
How neuroscience can affect a marketing strategy.
Who's Watching Whom?
Smart televisions never had more tech power nor greater responsibility.
The Kosta Boda Snowball
How A Lumpy Ball Of Swedish Crystal Lit Up The Winter Season In America.
How This True-crime Fanatic Kills It In The Branding World.
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Digital Transformation Playbook
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Adweek 2018 U.S. Agency Of The Year Wieden+Kennedy
From ‘Dilly Dilly’ to Kaepernick, the indie shop dominated the conversation.
Is A Tech Dystopia Coming?
Maybe it’s already here.
Disney, Not Netflix, Will Dominate
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Adweek 2018 International Agency Of The Year Rosapark
Bringing The Feels For Clients And Audiences Alike.
Adweek 2018 Global Agency Of The Year TBWA
Entering A new golden age of creativity.
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How The Ceo Of Madison + Vine Is Bridging The Gap Between Madison Avenue And Hollywood.
Adweek 2018 Breakthrough Agency Of The Year Giant Spoon
From Startup To Serious Contender In Five Short Years.
Busy Philipps On Redefining Late Night, And Why L.A. Is ‘The Best'
The actress, best-selling author and instagram star on redefining late night, and why L.A. is ‘the best'.
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The Sharing Economy Has Come To Clothiers Ann Taylor And Express.
The Funny Or Die Creative Behind Monetizing Some Of Your Favorite Viral Videos.
How A Trip To Vegas Launched The Famous Nail Polish With A Thousand Shades.
The Future Of In-Housing
Media agencies and marketers debate clients taking programmatic in-house.
Make Media Great Again
The line between sponsored and editorial content needs to be reinforced.
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She’s a sports icon, designer, investor, channeler of parenting advice, philanthropist and, of course, branding tour de force. And she’s not done yet.
Video Advertising And Technology Go Hand In Hand
Unique content resonates with clients and audiences.
What's In A Name?
How changing client needs are erasing the identities of agencies.
The photo-sharing site is warming up to commerce, but will consumers buy in?
15 Ambitious Upstarts That Are Disrupting The Status Quo
There must be a better waya solution thats more cost efficient, less stress inducing, more socially beneficial and less environmentally destructive. | The founders of the feisty, status quo-defying brands in Adweeks first-ever Challenger Brands issue started with precepts like these, identifying pain points in industries as varied as home insurance, group exercise, dentalhealth and womens cosmetics and finding completely new answers to everyday consumer problems. Now that they havesome with nine-figure revenue to show for their effortsall eyes are on them. | You get pressure from the top because the big guys wake up, says Courtney Nichols Gould, co-founder of Smarty Pants Vitamins, and theres pressure from below because youve cleared the decks. | See from these 15 examples how all that compaction created some fairly fabulous diamonds.