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‘Be Human and Be Fallible’: Brands Test the Waters on Clubhouse

A pandemic Valentine's Day is depressing enough without being rejected by strangers late at night on Clubhouse. Yet, in one "shoot your shot" room, in

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French agency Herezie creates Amazon Prime Video’s first series for TikTok

0 SharesShareTweetShareParis agency Herezie has found a way to celebrate French cultural heritage without being jingoistic, in a new series of mini-films made specifically for

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Welcome to the Club(house); Big Pharma’s Redemption: Thursday’s First Things First

Welcome to First Things First, Adweek's daily resource for marketers. We'll be publishing the content to First Things First on Adweek.com each morning (like this

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Retailers Embrace Black History Month as Consumer Demand for Diversity and Inclusion Increases

As the demand for action on diversity, equity and inclusion issues increases, retailers' adoption of Black History Month has grown significantly in 2021--although until now,

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Droga5 makes personalisation case for Facebook in the Zuckerberg/Cook privacy stand-off

0 SharesShareTweetShareApple seems to have Facebook well and truly on the run with its planned change to iPhones inviting users to opt in to share

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Mercedes G-Glass bounces back with an all-terrain ballerina

0 SharesShareTweetShareDo you want to shame those other SUVs at the school gates? Mercedes’ G-Class, originally designed as a military vehicle, is no Chelsea tractor

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Publicis launches Open Apprenticeship to attract less well off industry talent

0 SharesShareTweetSharePublicis Groupe is launching a new UK scheme to attract ethnic minority and low income talent into what it admits is a pretty middle

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Aiad Roastery: As Sweet As Fruit

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NHS tiptoes around vaccination in new MullenLowe work

0 SharesShareTweetShareMullenLowe has taken a determinedly softly softly approach in its seemingly endless anti-Covid NHS campaign and it’s back with a new variant, ‘Everyone Can