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Challenger Brands News /

Challenger Brand of the month – Birdsong Clothing

Birdsong is a wonderful London-based online fashion store with a genuine promise of “no sweatshops and no photoshop!” A brand who believe in keeping it real and keeping it fair. Birdsong’s simple mission is to revolutionise the way women dress. Making sure their clothes are made with care and skill and at the same time giving help to local women’s organisations. “From migrant seamstresses, knitting grannies to all our customers, we unite women.” Many women workers are exploited for the sake of fashion. Birdsong reject that philosophy. They just want a fun way to do fashion that doesn’t make women feel ashamed about their size and shape. April-18th-banners2
Advertising Featured News /

Is it good advertising practice to bring talent in-house?

The dangers of bringing your agencies in-house. I suppose there was a sense of schadenfreude amongst a lot of agencies when they watched the PR car car-crash that piled up around the Pepsi Kendall Jenner ad campaign. It was supposed to be an example of good advertising crafted by an in-house creative powerhouse. In the driving seat that fateful day was Kristin Patrick, senior VP-global brand development. Mr Jakeman, President of PepsiCo Global Beverage Group had praised the ad on Twitter on Tuesday morning shortly after it was released, saying he was "super proud of the @PepsiCo #CreatorsLeague for producing this," but the tweet has since been deleted. Another danger of deleting your soon-regretted statements of support is that news of your deletion also goes viral! Only adding to the sense of incompetence.
Challenger Brands News /

Challenger Brand of the month – Skinny Prosecco

Looking for then latest health drink? Want to live a champagne lifestyle without piling on the pounds? Well we may just have the fizz for you… Skinny Prosecco   Thomson & Scott's 'Skinny' prosecco contains only 67 calories per glass. Even health-fanatic Ellie Goulding is a big fan, with an Instagram message of support saying 'I'LL TAKE IT'.
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Challenger Brands News /

Challenger Brand of the month – Birdsong Clothing

Birdsong is a wonderful London-based online fashion store with a genuine promise of “no sweatshops and no photoshop!” A brand who believe in keeping it real and keeping it fair. Birdsong’s simple mission is to revolutionise the way women dress. Making sure their clothes are made with care and skill and at the same time giving help to local women’s organisations. “From migrant seamstresses, knitting grannies to all our customers, we unite women.” Many women workers are exploited for the sake of fashion. Birdsong reject that philosophy. They just want a fun way to do fashion that doesn’t make women feel ashamed about their size and shape. April-18th-banners2
Advertising Featured News /

Is it good advertising practice to bring talent in-house?

The dangers of bringing your agencies in-house. I suppose there was a sense of schadenfreude amongst a lot of agencies when they watched the PR car car-crash that piled up around the Pepsi Kendall Jenner ad campaign. It was supposed to be an example of good advertising crafted by an in-house creative powerhouse. In the driving seat that fateful day was Kristin Patrick, senior VP-global brand development. Mr Jakeman, President of PepsiCo Global Beverage Group had praised the ad on Twitter on Tuesday morning shortly after it was released, saying he was "super proud of the @PepsiCo #CreatorsLeague for producing this," but the tweet has since been deleted. Another danger of deleting your soon-regretted statements of support is that news of your deletion also goes viral! Only adding to the sense of incompetence.
Challenger Brands News /

Challenger Brand of the month – Skinny Prosecco

Looking for then latest health drink? Want to live a champagne lifestyle without piling on the pounds? Well we may just have the fizz for you… Skinny Prosecco   Thomson & Scott's 'Skinny' prosecco contains only 67 calories per glass. Even health-fanatic Ellie Goulding is a big fan, with an Instagram message of support saying 'I'LL TAKE IT'.
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Challenger Brands News /

Challenger Brand of the month – Birdsong Clothing

Birdsong is a wonderful London-based online fashion store with a genuine promise of “no sweatshops and no photoshop!” A brand who believe in keeping it real and keeping it fair. Birdsong’s simple mission is to revolutionise the way women dress. Making sure their clothes are made with care and skill and at the same time giving help to local women’s organisations. “From migrant seamstresses, knitting grannies to all our customers, we unite women.” Many women workers are exploited for the sake of fashion. Birdsong reject that philosophy. They just want a fun way to do fashion that doesn’t make women feel ashamed about their size and shape. April-18th-banners2
Advertising Featured News /

Is it good advertising practice to bring talent in-house?

The dangers of bringing your agencies in-house. I suppose there was a sense of schadenfreude amongst a lot of agencies when they watched the PR car car-crash that piled up around the Pepsi Kendall Jenner ad campaign. It was supposed to be an example of good advertising crafted by an in-house creative powerhouse. In the driving seat that fateful day was Kristin Patrick, senior VP-global brand development. Mr Jakeman, President of PepsiCo Global Beverage Group had praised the ad on Twitter on Tuesday morning shortly after it was released, saying he was "super proud of the @PepsiCo #CreatorsLeague for producing this," but the tweet has since been deleted. Another danger of deleting your soon-regretted statements of support is that news of your deletion also goes viral! Only adding to the sense of incompetence.
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