Brand purpose has been an advertising trend for several years now, but now that companies’ actions and behaviour are truly being tested, which are performing well under pressure?
As St Patrick’s Day parades the world over are cancelled this year due to coronavirus, a new ad from Guinness acknowledges that this year “things feel different” but adopts a keep calm and carry on approach
Twitter has written a blog post with advice on how brands should communicate during the Covid-19 outbreak. Top of the list is that “this is not a marketing opportunity”
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