Advertising Unlocked

On Friday 29th September 2017 over 50 IPA agencies across the UK are hosting an open day. Come and experience what we do and why it’s the best career choice there is.

Whether you’re looking for an apprenticeship, a graduate job, returning to work or changing career the day is open to anyone curious about a job in the advertising business. Register your interest at


Arsenal in engagement push

Arsenal is the first Premier League club to launch an app specifically for young supporters as it makes ‘fans of the future’ a key priority.

Source: Marketing Week


Top 5 Official Olympic Ads

Always #LikeAGirl

Minute Maid #doinggood

P&G Thank You, Mom

Samsung Official TVC: “The Chant”

Visa/The Carpool to Rio

Source: Campaign 


TFL #LondonIsOpen Art on the Underground

Sadiq Khan has launched a series of work by top UK and international artists that will be featured across the Tube network to show London is united and is open to all, following the EU referendum.

Source: Campaign 


McDonald’s on Pokemon Go!

McDonald’s was the first brand to advertise on Pokemon Go. It is part of their strategy to ensure that the brand is involved with new innovative marketing platforms.

Source: Marketing Week 


first STEM internship begins!

Congratulations to Amy from Edinburgh on being the first intern of the summer to start her placement as a Digital Strategist with Leith!

Hope you have a great first day in AdLand!



We are proud to announce…..

ANNALECT has taken on TWO Data Analysts as part of our AdMission Internship programme!

Hoorayy!!! Congrats to both new interns and to Annalect for being one of the first agencies to be part of this new initiative!

More updates on their progress to come!


Waitrose Streaming Live Ad from Dairy Farm

This coming week, Waitrose is planning on streaming a live advert from one of its dairy farms in order to show consumers where their food comes from.

Source: Campaign 


H&M Encourage Recycling

The retail brand has launched its first campaign focusing on behavioural change by encouraging consumers to recycle their unwanted clothes in order to pave the way for a “sustainable fashion future”.

Source: Marketing Week