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M&C Saatchi to reduce office space by 25% to preserve cash,

Time for a radical rethink of how we use social platforms in ecommerce,

Facebook India's public policy director exits,

It’s Here! All The Incredible Winners From B&T’s Women In Media Awards 2020!,

WARNING: The following campaign for Klarna via Thinkerbell has been labelled K-Rated for shopping pleasure,


Facebook removes 3 networks interfering in US, Myanmar politics,

TikTok partners with Shopify for social commerce,

Tritanium GrowthOps trading halt lifted as ASX formally accepts request to delist,

A magician learns new tricks in RHB Bank's Deepavali film,

Telco brand felix tackles the gassy side of phone plans in new campaign via Paper Moose,

RAC Insurance shows WA locals ‘We See What You See’ in new campaign via Wunderman Thompson,

Bastion China expands to become Bastion Asia helping brands unlock opportunities across Asia,

Tourism NZ inspires Kiwis to ‘Do Something New’ in latest campaign via Special Group,

Special Group, DDB Sydney, TBWA\NZ + Clemenger BBDO Wellington through to Little Black Book’s Immortal Awards global round of judging,

Vegemite unveils new campaign via Thinkerbell to celebrate launch of Vegemite Squeezy,

The Great Barrier Reef Foundation Appoints Leo Burnett Australia following a competitive pitch,

Target shows Aussies there’s a better way to Christmas in new campaign via AJF Partnership,

YoPRO reminds athletes amongst us that ‘Every Millimetre Matters’ in new campaign by Emotive,

Imagine Room to launch Australia’s first Microsoft Mixed Reality Capture Studio,

Sapporo reveals its rebel in first ever major campaign via Cummins&Partners, Melbourne,

We Need To Talk About B2B Events,

Women In Media’s Nat Harvey: “Humans Need Other Humans To Thrive And Co-Create Happiness”,

Talk radio listeners want advice on major purchases, are supporters of local business: Nine,

Women In Media’s Juliette Stead: “Playing It Safe Isn’t An Option For Me”,