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One of the biggest propellants of any sport is when major brands begin sponsoring events, such as Women’s Euro 2022. Not only does the additional revenue help grow the game, but the extra eyeballs that a big brand campaign can bring help to cement the sport in the public consciousness.
Diversity Standards Collective founder Rich Miles reveals some key opinions from the LGBTQIA+ community.
Awkwardness, uncomfortable silences, and mortifying embarrassment are all portrayed in Zoopla's latest campaign by Lucky Generals, as the brand looks to position itself as the home research partner for future movers.
As Cannes Lions gets under way, Josh Krichefski, global chief operating officer at MediaCom, has a message for his fellow senior leaders.
Last month marked the two-year anniversary of George Floyd’s murder, which sent ripples throughout society, culture and business. In the ad industry, Floyd’s death and the ensuing Black Lives Matter protests prompted a wave of soul-searching and pledges to address a long-standing lack of diversity.
Lucky Generals has embarked on an other-worldly campaign to promote the launch of the ice cream brand Little Moons.
The automaker worked with U.K. agency Dark Horses to promote partnership with disability charities
Created by Lucky Generals, the uncomfortable film was first released back in 2019, to raise awareness of the issue of aggressive behaviour and sexual harassment that happens at the festival
Advertisers are continuing to get more daring in their attempts to talk about bodily functions openly; but a new campaign from Lucky Generals for probiotics brand Symprove shows that consumers are still reluctant to do just that.
Fans heading to Paris to soak in last weekend’s Uefa Champions League final had their prayers answered by a giant sponsored doorbell manned by Brazilian legend Roberto Carlos in an activation created by Dark Horses
As customers return to the skies, Virgin Atlantic has taken the opportunity to launch a new brand platform with Lucky Generals. It's the first work for the airline since the London agency won the account last summer with a new TV ad taking the lead, directed by Ben Strebel.
The agency created a film promoting a plug-in that changes the term ‘cookies’ to ‘data collectors’ to prevent children from unknowingly sharing their data.
The campaign marks the first time the leading online car buying and selling platform has promoted its industry leading ‘Sell Your Car’ feature to the mass market. The campaign is designed to build consumer awareness that car owners can now sell their existing vehicle via the new ‘Sell Your Car’ portal whenever they configure a new car on carwow.
A new initiative for The Big Issue, the U.K. magazine sold by homeless and vulnerably housed people, uses innovative digital outdoor tech to help pedestrians locate vendors as many return to outdoor spaces following the pandemic.
Gold winner in Corporate Communications/Marketing team of the year in the 2021 Campaign Agency of the Year Awards with creative agency Lucky Generals.
In the inaugural episode of shots Fired, Kean talks to Dark Horses CEO Melissa Robertson about the "lazy and unnecessarily loaded" gendering of titles and job descriptions. Kean plays devil's advocate as Robertson explains why it's something that infuriates her, and why a 'mumtrepreneur' is absolutely not a thing.
Navigating the business end of the B Corp journey is not easy but the certification brings massive benefits.
There’s nothing remotely like the Super Bowl in the UK – and the commercials aired during the game are unlike any commercials on the planet. With an audience of more than 100m watching from home, the Super Bowl ads are a big deal. They cost a lot to make and even more to air – reportedly up to $7m for a 30 second slot this year – so brands put a lot of effort into making them as memorable as possible.
The platform's formula for success is poking fun at itself—and finding stars willing to do the same
How can we truly make change happen? How can we push the ball forward? We talk a lot in advertising about change, transformation and innovation. But sometimes that’s all it is, talk. Creative change is all about changing the brief — that is how we will drive change everywhere else. It may sound obvious, but you’d be surprised how few people actually try to do this. Ultimately, fear holds great work back and boldness pushes it forward.
The IPA has teamed up with Epic Games and digital agency Collective to teach agencies and clients how to integrate digital assets (via Unreal Engine) into their businesses and marketing plans.
West Ham United FC and England midfielder Declan Rice fronts Panini’s advertising campaign to mark the launch of its 2022 Premier League Sticker Album.
Using Panini’s #GotGotNeed tagline, the campaign – created by Dark Horses aims to drive excitement for the new collection amongst youngsters across the UK.
Love him or hate him, no-one can deny Jeremy Clarkson has a wicked sense of humour, which is why he was so tickled by a new ad campaign by Forever Beta calling him a “f***er.” In this case, however, the F-bomb in question is “farmer”, with Clarkson fronting an Amazon Prime Video series in which he documents the highs, lows and Lamborghini tractors involved in becoming a farmer.
Lucky Generals has created a progressive podcast series called ‘Uncomfortable Conversations’ designed to be an educational and challenging tool for people in advertising and marketing who want to learn about intersectionality, how it affects the industry, their role within it, the work they make, and ultimately, how they can become positive forces for change.
A deliciously disruptive idea - THE CROC