Campaign India takes a look at the #WeHaveAPlan concept, billed as the ‘world’s first global cinema campaign’. Read more on ‘We could be the first generation to end poverty’: Richard Curtis…
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Have you seen Saatchi & Saatchi London’s digital animations celebrating the launch of Campaign’s global issue?
Fret not, the animations and posters are due to go live today (24 June) at the Cannes Lions Festival, featuring the tagline: “We get you”.
Courtesy of Brian Duggan on Twitter, here’s what the audience thought of the reality TV star and wife of rapper Kanye West today at Cannes Lions (24 June).
— Brian Duggan (@briand) June 24, 2015
Written for Campaign magazine, Jon Wilkins, the executive chairman at Karmarama, warns of tech companies whose real intent is to make creative agencies extinct rather than prosper. Read more on Why the tech firms at Cannes will destroy advertising…
Campaign India’s Raahil Chopra reflects on the thoughts of Wendy Clark, president of sparkling brands and strategic marketing at Coca-Cola North America. Read more on ‘Bravery is resisting the status quo’: Coca-Cola’s Wendy Clark…
Kate Magee, associate editor of Campaign, reports on what the first global cinema ad will look like. Read more on First global cinema ad will feature animated animals and Liam Neeson…
— Christiane Schulz (@SchulzSchulz1) June 24, 2015
Tham Khai Meng, worldwide chief creative officer for Ogilvy & Mather, told Campaign the danger of attending some seminars at Cannes Lions is that you’re not in a creative conference.
Despite this, he added there are pockets of the event that have real sparks, and that our industry needs more of those.