Today's top stories
The latest Global Marketing Index (GMI) has revealed that global marketing activity is expanding at a steady pace, with a continued focus on digital and mobile.
Toluna Mobile Member App allows users to participate in surveys on-the-go, as well as to post their own questions to the Toluna community.
The UK-based company has added six new members of staff, including research manager Angie Coombe and senior research manager David Jeans.
The UK’s six leading national newspaper groups have combined to launch a £3m advertising campaign to remind people “of the unique role newspapers play for advertisers, readers and society”.
Buzzfeed agrees to provide GroupM’s and WPP’s agencies and clients with access to its creative and data assets.
Sales analytics company InsightSquared as announced that Joe Chernov will be leading its marketing department.
WPP-owned J.Walter Thompson has acquired a majority stake in Sydney-based digital agency Webling.
British consumers have increased their spending via contactless cards by 560% in the past 12 months according to data from Mastercard.
WPP reported a 12% increase in pre-tax profits and an increase in like-for-like net sales of 2.3% to £5.04bn for the second quarter of 2015.
WPP’s wholly-owned operating company Grey Group has agreed to acquire nudeJEH, an advertising and digital agency in Thailand.
WPP has announced that MediaCom, part of its media investment management arm GroupM, has acquired a minority stake in Australian media agency Rapid Media Services.
Apple is hot on the heels of wearables market leader Fitbit, having sold 3.6 million units in Q2 2015, just 0.8m behind Fitbit’s 4.4m.
Digital marketing agency iCrossing has promoted Mark Iremonger as its new CEO in the UK replacing Paul Doleman.
More than half (57%) of CMOs expect marketing budgets to increase in the next two to three years.
Barc India and TAM India form a meter management company to supply raw data to Barc India
Digital veteran, James Harris, joins Carat as its new chief digital officer reporting to global president, Doug Ray.
Emotion analytics company Realeyes has hired US government data scientist, Jeff Ryan, as its chief data scientist.