Industry News

Procter & Gamble's net sales were up 1% year-on-year to $16.7bn (£12.6bn) in the three months to 30 September.
Ebay will advertise on the famous Piccadilly Lights outdoor site when it relaunches this month, completing a roster of six brands.
Ikea has been hosting house parties in London this week to celebrate 30 years in the UK.
There are just seven days left to vote for this year's bravest brand ahead of the Marketing Society's Annual Dinner.
The secret to Google's mobile advertising success lies in the diversification of search and its ability to stay ahead of the curve, Enders Analysis reports.
Fanta is launching a virtual reality experience for Halloween, in which an elevator car crashes to the ground, at Thorpe Park and Westfield Stratford.
Creative start-up Who Wot Why has hired Saatchi & Saatchi's Matt Butterfield and Ben Mills as the agency's first permanent creative hirings.
Brand marketers are taking to the stage to press the issue of gender imbalance at the top of the advertising, marketing and media industries.
Total Media is launching a technology and innovation hub in Estonia as the independent London agency seeks to tap into the local, digital talent base and reduce costs.
A virtual reality cinema company is creating a Halloween pop-up in London before launching a permanent location in the west end.

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