Adweek’s 2017 Graduate’s Guide to Marketing and Media – Adweek

AdweekAdweek's 2017 Graduate's Guide to Marketing and MediaAdweekEach year, Adweek gathers together insights from some of the marketing industry's brightest minds and looks at the trends shaping workplace opportunities across the agency, brand and media landscape. Whether you're looking for creative, effective ways …

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Adweek’s 2017 Graduate’s Guide to Marketing and Media – Adweek

Nestle India pushes packaging for content strategy – Warc

Nestle India pushes packaging for content strategyWarcNEW DELHI: Nestle India is turning to product packaging as a key channel in its content marketing strategy, a senior executive at the company has revealed. According to Anamika Sirohi, Head of Visual Identity and Design at Nestle India, product …

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Axe wants men to rethink masculinity, but can an ad really help? – Mashable

MashableAxe wants men to rethink masculinity, but can an ad really help?Mashable"What we're seeing now is that society has changed and marketing has to change. It was time for the brand to move on." Indeed. Axe's parent company Unilever, which also owns the body positivity-obsessed brand Dove, announced last year that it would …

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Axe believes its new ad will make you rethink macho stereotypes – Mashable

MashableAxe believes its new ad will make you rethink macho stereotypesMashable"What we're seeing now is that society has changed and marketing has to change. It was time for the brand to move on." Indeed. Axe's parent company Unilever, which also owns the body positivity-obsessed brand Dove, announced last year that it would …

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Axe believes its new ad will make you rethink macho stereotypes – Mashable

Even Axe and its body spray are starting to question macho stereotypes – Mashable

MashableEven Axe and its body spray are starting to question macho stereotypesMashable"What we're seeing now is that society has changed and marketing has to change. It was time for the brand to move on." Indeed. Axe's parent company Unilever, which also owns the body positivity-obsessed brand Dove, announced last year that it would …

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Even Axe and its body spray are starting to question macho stereotypes – Mashable