Ogilvy & Mather London, Mother London and 4Creative all won Gold Lions this evening, as UK companies took home 22 Lions, ten more than last year.More
Unilever is understood to be revamping its global digital roster, as part of a strategy to build its integrated agency network.
Tim Leake, the former global creative innovation director at technology education company Hyper Island and the SVP of growth and innovation at California-based RPA, argues that agencies need to be "more creative" about creativity.
Omaid Hiwaizi, the chief strategy officer at Geometry Global, explains his hopes for a future of informed debate at Cannes Lions.
Wieden & Kennedy London has hired Danielle Noël and Thom Whitaker, the Mother duo behind the gold Lion-winning "playin' with my friends" work for Ikea, as a senior creative team.
Sir John Hegarty looks back at some of the best ads created during Bartle Bogle Hegarty's 34 years and how, in its own way, each spot was groundbreaking.
Laurence Green, a co-founder of 101, explains why he is weary of the "real-time" juggernaut.
Eurostar is speaking with agencies about potentially expanding its European advertising roster beyond Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO.
It is early winter in New Zealand. The door is open as I sit in shorts, gazing out on to a flat sea disturbed only by the occasional diving gannet.
Maurice Lévy, the chief executive of Publicis Groupe, Michael Roth, the chief executive of Interpublic, and Rémi Babinet, the chairman of BETC, tell Campaign about their worst Cannes experiences.
Lexus is releasing the third in its series of special effects-laden ads as part of its 'Amazing In Motion' campaign.
Facebook is testing an advertising format in India that allows people to place a "missed call" to an advertiser to receive services such as music or cricket scores along with a brand message in a return call.
The digital revolution and rise of content means "agencies that were famous for 30-second ads or big-budget commercials are anachronisms", according Sir Martin Sorrell, WPP's chief executive.
The lack of independent agencies is killing creativity in the advertising world, according to the acclaimed director Joe Pytka.
Matthew Bull, the founder of The Bull White House explains why he believes Cannes is no longer about creativity.
Ocean Outdoor, the premium digital out of home media owner, and Brand Republic have launched their annual competition to discover the best creative work in DOOH advertising.
Derek Hill, founder and designer at digital analytics company eBench, explains why he agrees with Sir John Hegarty's comment about the aggressive "digital messiahs".
Matt Seiler, global chief executive of IPG's Mediabrands and president of this year's Media Lions jury in Cannes, shares his parting thoughts on a celebratory year.
Tess Alps, the executive chair of Thinkbox, gives her view on the Thinkbox Planning Awards, in which Manning Gottlieb OMD won the Grand Prix for PlayStation yesterday afternoon.
As the sun set over the French Riviera, the industry's elite gathered at the Carlton Beach for the annual Campaign party.
The UK, led by Adam & Eve/DDB, enjoyed a resurgence at Cannes last week, winning 102 Lions in total - including five Grands Prix, 26 golds and 25 silvers.
Once again, this year's pulsating Cannes Lions festival defied any single definition. Many worlds collided along the Croisette, as tech meshed with celebrity, salesmen with creative and producers with data-crunchers.
Whether James Murphy emulated the celebration of the young French football fans by commandeering an aged but slightly pimped-up Citroën Saxo and driving up and the down the Croisette repeatedly blowing the horn and waving a flag, I'm not sure, as I'd...
Apologies for one last Cannes-fest. I'm so over it all, but we must squeeze the last dregs out of the crazy trade-fair whirl and make sure we got our money's worth from the expensive madness.
Maurice Lévy, the chairman and chief executive of Publicis Groupe, has told Campaign he was disappointed that Sir Martin Sorrell's comments about the failed merger with Omnicom were not "witty".
Holding companies are under increasing pressure to create the "full-service agency of the 21st century" because of the rise of content, according to WPP's chief executive, Sir Martin Sorrell.
In the first of a new series, Paul Brazier and Ian Pearman identify the six pieces of work that define the agency's history and culture.
Ogilvy was the most-talked about brand on social media at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, ranking up more than three times the mentions of Twitter and Google combined.
Chris Dobson, the executive chairman of programmatic media marketplace The Exchange Lab, considers the rise in seminars about programmatic advertising at this year's Cannes Lions festival.
Tim Mellors, the creative partner at Pointblank and former worldwide creative director of Grey Group, muses on his role as dean of studies at the Roger Hatchuel Academy in Cannes, which runs courses for students in the creative industries.
At this year's Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity there were ten UK creative teams that stood out from the crowd, winning converted gongs for their campaigns.
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