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Julian Duncan Is Pioneering a New Social Impact Role at the NFL Team Level

If 2020 has brought an unprecedented reckoning around racial injustice in America, sports might be among the most impacted industries, a testing ground for just

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Agency Execs Weigh in on How to Maintain Success During Pandemic Pivots

At Adweek's live virtual summit this week highlighting independent agencies and how they've found success during the pandemic, Facebook's head of partner management Katie Baldwin

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How Bud Light and Wieden+Kennedy Crafted a Collaborative Partnership

Since winning Bud Light's creative business five years ago, Wieden+Kennedy New York has created a number of memorable campaigns for the beer brand. The independent

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Retailers Prioritize Contactless Shopping Over Cashierless Tech

Key Insight: Retailers quickly responded to consumers' desire for contact-free experiences, but not necessarily with cashierless technology. The type of retailer and location also affects

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Galil Mountain Winery: Drop of Goodness

The Jewish New Year is literally around the corner – merely weeks away and like all holidays tables and festive dinners across cultures, wine will

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Has Visible Set a New Standard for Pandemic-Proof Music Festivals?

While watching prerecorded music performances on the couch at home has become the new norm for concerts, Visible is attempting to write a new pandemic-friendly

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Multicultural Agency Founders on How They Got Started and the Future of the Space

On Tuesday, Adweek turned its independent agency focus on "Multicultural Independence" with a panel moderated by Agencies editor Doug Zanger, featuring Team Epiphany founder, managing

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Dozens of Brands Will Advertise Their Job Openings Instead of Sales This Labor Day

With millions of Americans out of work amid the pandemic, more than 50 brands will use their marketing channels to promote any job openings they

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Pepsi’s New NFL Campaign Pivots to Fan-Centric Advertising

Tim Dougherty and his son, Pat, have been going to Pittsburgh Steelers games together for nearly two decades. It's something that Tim first experienced with

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What Chadwick Boseman and Bruce Lee Taught Us About Work and Purpose

Like many of us this past weekend, the news of Chadwick Boseman's death pierced through me like a thunderous lightning bolt. How could a regal