At 4pm this Sunday in Cannes, we don’t just want to know your favourite colour, we want you to fall back in love with the myriad of possibilities it, and every other colour on the spectrum, offers.
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Which country boasts the biggest party animals? What are people doing while some of the world’s most engaging speakers are on stage? How late are people sleeping as the week wears them down? Who’s most active early in the morning? What are people looking for after 8:30 pm?
Joule Mobile, relaunched this month by WPP’s tenthavenue, has been analysing mobile usage at Cannes and has the answers to these burning questions and more.
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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
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…
— Christiane Schulz (@SchulzSchulz1) June 24, 2015
Too many businesses’ tools have dampened creativity. Frustrated with the time involved in providing updates, creative teams have avoided traditional work tools, inevitably hurting communication and productivity.
Fortunately, a new generation of work solutions is aimed at automating creatives’ work without losing communication with the teams around them. Workfront, a provider of one such solution, will be sponsoring this year’s Cannes Lion festival.
The agency’s work like the ‘Look at me’ app and the ‘North Korean-South Korean Translator’ have been screened at multiple Cannes stages this year, with the former also picking up a handful of metals. And this is just the beginning of the brand’s ‘Launching People’ approach to communication, Choi promises.