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Hyatt Celebrates All the Business Travelers Who Never Settle in New Integrated Campaign

Busy business travelers today don't expect much from the select service hotels they stay at. As a company that's in the business of business hotels, Hyatt created a campaign targeted at this group that aims to show why Hyatt Place and Hyatt House hotels make great business travel accommodations.

Hyatt Hotels Hires MullenLowe to Create ‘Emotionally Charged, Consumer-Driven’ Work

Expanding its travel and hospitality portfolio, MullenLowe is taking on global creative responsibilities for Hyatt Hotels following a review led by consultancy Select Resources International. The Interpublic Group agency had not previously worked for the client, which relied on various shops, most notably Pereira & O'Dell, for advertising services.

Why an Agency Founder Dropped His Ph.D. Ambitions to Tackle Marketers’ Real-World Challenges

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This Texas-Based Agency Sets Up Shop in a Bar

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Adobe-SAP Deal Brings Ads and CRM Together

The Adobe-SAP deal announced today will likely have significant advertising, mobile marketing ramifications and customer relationship management for their brand clients.

Hyatt Hotels Combines Facebook With Snail Mail

Hyatt House is testing a Facebook-enhanced system called Postagram that prints postcards.

Women Give Hyatt an Earful Via ‘Listening Loop’

Hyatt is making its first outreach to female travelers as part of a broader behavioral shift in how the hotel operator views marketing. While the new campaign has traditional, targeted media, a major element is an ongoing, real-time dialogue with guests via Branch, Facebook and Twitter.  

Spurlock Takes on Branded Content

“Super Size Me” may have triggered interest among marketers in Morgan Spurlock’s latest film—“Pom Wonderful Presents: The Greatest Movie Ever Sold”—but it also scared plenty away.