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adage | February 04, 2020
Bank of America consolidated its advertising business with a dedicated Publicis Groupe team that will include creative agency Leo Burnett, ending the company's partnership with Interpublic Group of Cos.' Hill Holliday. "Bank of America is consolidating external marketing agency resources with one network, Publicis Groupe, to accelerate our data-driven creative approach and enable us to continue to focus on efficiency," Meredith Verdone, Bank of America chief marketing officer, ...
Genus AI | October 09, 2020
Genus AI, an artificial intelligence company focused on scaling emotional intelligence in interactions between brands and customers to drive business growth, today announced a new Artificial Intelligence (AI) solution for e-commerce and direct-to-consumer brands, the Genus AI Growth Platform, which represents a breakthrough in the way marketers segment their customers and develop their campaign content. With a suite of AI-powered digital tools, the Growth Platform creates superior customer model...
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Irish Spring | February 07, 2022
Irish Spring is debuting its first-ever Big Game commercial to help guys across America discover exactly where great smells come from. The new commercial, entitled, "Welcome to Irish Spring," follows our less than fresh smelling hero as he comes across the lush, clean land of Irish Spring. But what begins as a blissful adventure, quickly transforms into something unforeseen.
Irish Spring is all about nice smells, and the magical, nice-smelling world it has dreamt up in t...
investmentnews | March 05, 2020
The agency released the proposed amendments in November, marking the first attempt to update the requirements since 1961. Under the proposed rule, the SEC would allow advisers to post testimonials, endorsements and third-party ratings on social media. The effort to bring adviser advertising regulations into the internet era was mostly welcomed by adviser trade associations. But in comment letters last month, they also expressed concern that it was too expansive and unclear in certain areas. SEC ...
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