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Jon Cook, global CEO of digital marketing agency VML, feels the country has evolved from 'just being there digitally' to looking at digital as a channel to tell a powerful story.
"Madison Avenue" may not still be where adland is based, but plenty of creatives are still keeping the spirit of advertising's glory years alive with their campaigns.
Turns out that hamburgers and influencers are a match made in heaven, at least as far as live streaming goes.
Ian Cahill, Channel Supervisor, Mobility at VML, says Apple still has a few tricks up its sleeve.
Frederico Roberto, Creative Director at VML London, part of the Y&R network, has told agencies they face extinction if they aren’t bold and savvy enough to become the business partners that clients need them to be.
In the first and second articles of this series, I made the case that the consumer journey has taken a 180-degree turn from being a company-led activity to becoming consumer-led.
Fresh from the wins at Cannes Lions 2016, VML’s global CEO Jon Cook and global CCO Debbi Vandeven speak to BrandWagon’s Shinmin Bali about what it means to be a digital agency and how that really is different from being an advertising agency.
NATIVE VML took home 11 birds at the annual Loerie Awards, including a Gold Loerie for the 'Twitter Refugees Campaign', three Silver and four Bronze awards in a myriad of categories including Effective Creativity, Outdoor Media, Digital & Interactive, and Media Innovation.
In this era of constant change and innovation, to truly invent something is quite rare.