By Mike Canavan I recently came across a wonderful piece by Cartoonist Michael Leunig, a man who has a unique understanding of people, politics and read more …Continue reading The Truth In Cartoons
An ACMA investigation has found KIIS 1065 in breach of rules relating to generally accepted standards of decency due to comments made by Kyle Sandilands about the Virgin Mary and Christian read more …Continue reading Sandilands Breaches Standards Of Decency Yet Again
By Mike Canavan Ancient folklore in Scandinavian and Norse mythology speaks of trolls as: “ugly deformed creatures who dwelt in isolated rocky outcrops, mountains, or caves. read more …Continue reading Don’t Feed The Trolls?
Social media giant fights back against ‘unprecedented’ laws. By Casey Tonkin Facebook said Australian users will no longer be able to post news stories on read more …Continue reading Facebook Will Stop Australians From Posting News
Read “Finally, Ita Speaks…” Part 1 >> By Mike Canavan Sadly, the reason that Ita is having such difficulties understanding the millennial ethos is that read more …Continue reading Finally, Ita Speaks… But Has She Opened Pandora’s Box? (Part 2)
By Chris Beer In June this year, a line was drawn in the sand. A Twitter post, capturing comments from TikTok users mocking millennials, went read more …Continue reading Using Retail Attitudes To Distinguish Gen Z From Millennials
By Mike Canavan Let me first say I have been an admirer of Ita Buttrose from the first time I met her in the very read more …Continue reading Finally, Ita Speaks And Tells It As It Is (Part 1)
By Mike Canavan Whilst indeed we wish Ms. Vandenderg all the very best with her new online marketing venture “Publicist”, one has to wonder why read more …Continue reading Now’s The ‘Perfect Time’ To Launch A Start-up, Says Publicist CEO Lara Vandenberg
By Mark Ritson In the fast-paced world of modern business there is rarely any time for reflection or sentiment. But there were buckets of the read more …Continue reading How To Brand The Memory: Last Qantas 747 Sent Off With A Flourish.
By Peter Field The Covid-19 recession may have some unusual characteristics, but the arguments in favour of continued brand investment remain as powerful as ever. read more …Continue reading The hidden danger for brands: the twin threats from recession.
By Paul Hiebert Hand soap sales have seen a boost, but it isn’t permanent Certain CPG (Consumer Packaged Goods) product categories have benefited from the Covid-19 read more …Continue reading Consumer Behaviour Changes Related To Covid-19 Won’t Last, Says Colgate-Palmolive’s CEO
By Daniel Winterstein, Founder & CTO at Good-loop When you have a hammer, it is tempting to look for the nail in every situation. This temptation read more …Continue reading How AI Could Help Marketers With Future Pandemics
Mark Zuckerberg is under fire from his own employees over Facebook’s stance on content moderation. By Scott Nover with Marcus Honesta Employees tweeted their discontent read more …Continue reading Zuckerberg Is In Hot Water Again – But This Time From His Own People In Trump vs Twitter.
TikTok has seen explosive growth during quarantine as people have the time to explore it. By Scott Nover More millennials are finding their way to the read more …Continue reading TikTok Is Growing Up, And So Are Its Users
By Mike Canavan The world is very different today — and not just because of the coronavirus. Events seem to turn it more quickly: Viruses read more …Continue reading What Our Future Leaders Must Learn From The Mistakes Of Coronavirus
By Jeremy Lee with Marcus Honesta. Treasurer Josh Frydenberg may well call “The JobKeeper” payment scheme an essential lifeline to the business, but as night follows day read more …Continue reading Lessons From The Front Line Dealing With Redundancy
By Brittaney Kiefer As attitudes to sex and gender continue to evolve rapidly, driving the nature of the overarching narrative in very different directions, the read more …Continue reading Sex Sells… Or Does It? The Changing Rules Of Sex In Advertising
By Matt Resnick, R/GA The evolution was underway before coronavirus evaporated the world’s remaining patience for empty corporate purpose, argues R/GA’s Matt Resnick. As the read more …Continue reading How The Brand Purpose Conversation Is Shifting
By Alex Bentancor Senior Associate: HOLMANWEBB LAWYERS A wide range of articles and government announcements have been published concerning the status of retail and commercial read more …Continue reading What is the Legal Status of Retail and Commercial Leases during COVID-19?
By Mike Canavan. Welcome back to part four of “What will our world will be like after the Coronavirus Pandemic”. In this piece I thought read more …Continue reading What Will Our World Be Like After The Coronavirus Pandemic? (Part4)
42% say they drink while working from home due to coronavirus. By Kyle McCarthy with Marcus Honesta For more than a month now, millions of read more …Continue reading Well It’s Official – Advertising And Marketing Agencies Still Like A Drink
By DR. JEREMY CUMPSTON MBBS Medical risk assessment and risk mitigation directives for film production We asked our Medico Dr Jeremy Cumpston MBBS to give read more …Continue reading How To Manage A Shoot During The Coronavirus Pandemic
By Mike Canavan Welcome to Part 3 of our series “What will our world be like after the Coronavirus Pandemic”? I hope you are finding read more …Continue reading What Will Our World Be Like After The Coronavirus Pandemic (Part3)
By Nicola Kemp This is not another article on how to achieve the perfect work/life balance while also effortlessly home-schooling children. That is simply impossible. read more …Continue reading How To Fail At Working From Home With Kids
By Mike D Canavan Whilst, I truly believe that our political leaders are doing what they perceive to be the best they can in these read more …Continue reading Hope For The Future (Part1)
By Lisa Du & Eben Novy-Williams The 2020 Tokyo Olympics are now officially delayed by as much as a year, leaving hundreds of companies around read more …Continue reading Delayed Olympics Risks Turning Into Colossal Advertising Bust
By Oliver McAteer Influencer agency Obviously is mobilising it’s community to share WHO information. Coronavirus means isolation. And isolation means social media. It’s official: The read more …Continue reading Coronavirus Sparks Huge Jump In Social Media Use, Study Finds.
By Oliver McAteer It’s official. This year’s Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity has been postponed –. Over the weekend the news came that organiser Ascential read more …Continue reading Cannes Lions Staff Told To Work From Home.
By Mark Ritson It’s worth drawing out a spectrum of impact for the grim commercial COVID-19 period ahead. At the apocalyptic end of it are read more …Continue reading The Nimble Can Inherit The Earth
By Marcus Honesta It’s not just the physical health of humans alone that is feeling the wrath and fallout of Coronavirus. Many sporting codes are read more …Continue reading Coronavirus Is Not Just Deadly To Humans