VCCP has won the title of Campaign's Advertising Agency of the Year, while MediaCom has picked up Media Agency of the Year and Lida has been awarded the title of Customer Engagement Agency of the Year.
Snapchat, the time-restricted photo messaging service, has raised a further $50m from investors, despite never having turned a profit.
The truth will out, as some of the biggest names in the industry have demonstrated over the past year in Marketing.
Father Christmas made a comeback on magazine covers this year with his first appearance on the front of Radio Times since 2009, when he was banished as a "symbol of indulgence" during tight times.
Evian's "baby & me" film was the most popular video ad of 2013 in the UK, according to YouTube, followed by ads from John Lewis and Three.
From Paddy Power's ill-advised recruitment of Dennis Rodman as a world peace envoy, to the horsemeat scandal which enveloped the UK's retailers, Marketing recounts the biggest mishaps of 2013.
Famed for their always-on approach to social media, mobile technology and obsession with celebrity culture, our study of 2,000 17- to 31-year-olds exposes a different picture, says Bite's Justin Pearse.
Spotify, the music-streaming service, has expanded its advertising-funded free service to all devices.
Andrew Barraclough, VP of design at GlaxoSmithKline, Frank Stephenson, chief designer at McLaren and Letty Edwards, marketing director at Fox's Biscuits & Avana Bakery have been named as judges for the 2014 Marketing Design Awards.
UK shoppers spent an average of £1,175 online each last year, up 16% on the previous year, according to data from Ofcom.
"Coca-Cola's Small World Machines uses simple, engaging technology to bridge a gap that anyone sensible knows needs bridging. It's an example of a brand expanding on a campaign ('Share a Coke') and making it politically and socially relevant."
'GREAT' is the UK Government's flagship marketing campaign. It aims to increase trade and tourism in 13 key markets around the world through campaigns and activities, and it's working.
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Vodafone has revealed it will put on social-media driven events such as a "multi-sensory fireworks display" to replace its global sponsorship of McLaren F1.
The iPhone claimed top spot and trumped the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One as the most desired Christmas gift based on Twitter chatter, according to research from We Are Social.
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Digital Trends: Consumers create marketing opportunities online as they look to unleash their own creativity
Consumers are looking to unleash their creativity online as a Microsoft study has found that a third (33 per cent) of UK respondents said they'd be interested in making their own digital products and services*.
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