Unruly’s awesome Ops team has been nominated for Digital Advertising Operations Team of the Year by the UK Association of Online Publishers.
Shortlisted in the Commercial Excellence category of the Digital Publishing Awards 2016, Unruly’s Operations team have made a name for themselves by delivering the world’s most awesome videos at speed and scale.
Each week Unruly scours the web looking for the latest and greatest video advertising. Then we pop those videos into one handy list so you can catch up on anything you missed before the weekend!
This week’s selection of ads is certainly a mixed bag, with projects ranging from the serious to the silly- and everything in between. Snapple leads the charge in absurdity with a new series, Thomas Cook has some fun with Grumpy Cat, and Levi’s and Google bringing some futuristic tech to our wardrobes.
We’re only 22 days away from Cannes Lions 2016, and another week closer means another post in our Cannes Countdown series. Last time we looked at the ads that might take home gold, but what about the events, sessions and conferences that make up the rest of the week?
Cannes is full of more speaker slots, learning experiences and seminars than you can shake a golden lion statue at, but how do you know which ones REALLY matter? We’re here to help.
It’s almost summer, which means Cannes Lions, the Euros and the Rio Olympics are all just around the corner. As big brands gear up for some of Adland’s most important events, we’ve gathered up the best ads for you to catch up on over the weekend.
This week’s selection of video ads includes Lufthansa and Mars’ football ads, as well as a moving spot from Aeromexico and the hilarious return of 50 Cent. Who said ads nowadays are all the same?
It’s only 30 days till Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity kicks off. Yay!
That’s right, the ad industry’s moment in the sun is almost upon us, where the glitterati of AdLand will drink their bodyweight in rosé, wear slightly ill-fitting clothes and celebrate all things creative by attending a host of parties on luxurious super yachts and sun-drenched rooftop seminars in the south of France.
This article originally appeared in Campaign magazine.
Save The Children: Still The Most Shocking Second A Day Video
Agency: Don’t Panic
Often it takes a charitable venture or a humanitarian cause to highlight the impact effective social video marketing can really have. While brands may jostle to boost their profile, deliver ROI or ‘win the week’, the importance of attracting an online audience is underlined when the outcome of that campaign might be increased awareness, increased donations and, ultimately, saving lives.
Every week we trawl the web for the latest and greatest video campaigns and then present them to you in this tidy list. So settle in, and enjoy our eclectic mix of weird and wonderful ads!
In this week’s round-up we’ve got a moving follow-up to Save The Children’s 2014 campaign and the latest video from Women’s health brand Hello Flo. Our selection of ads also features big cats, a talking pancake and Idris Elba – suffice to say it’s been an interesting week in the world of advertising.
Labour’s Sadiq Khan was elected Mayor of London on Saturday after victory over Conservative Zac Goldsmith. But after 8 years of Boris Johnson in City Hall, what does London’s new mayor mean for tech and entrepreneurship in the capital?
Save The Children has launched a follow-up to its highly-successful and hard-hitting “Most Shocking Second A Day” video campaign.
“Still The Most Shocking Second A Day”, created by Don’t Panic, continues the story from the original 2014 video, following Lily, an 11-year-old girl forced to leave the UK after war breaks out on the streets of London.
Unruly co-founder and co-CEO Sarah Wood last night won Veuve Clicquot’s prestigious Business Woman of the Year Award.
Sarah was handed the award – dubbed the Oscars of female business leaders – for her tireless work growing Unruly into a successful global ad tech business, as well as her commitment to diversity in the workplace.