Monday Stir

By Kyle O'Brien 

-Car company Skoda has released an electric SUV and with it a new campaign from Rosa Paris. The spot follows a man who realizes as he drives his new car that he’s made the wrong choice and that he should have purchased a Skoda Enyaq iV. The spot also announces a contest where people can try to swap their car for a new Enyaq by using the #SiJavaisSu (#IfIHadKnown) filter on Instagram or Snapchat.

-Adweek has unveiled its Fastest Growing Agencies list, and it’s filled with agencies who not only weathered the storm of the last couple of years but came out ahead.


-A new campaign for Dave’s Killer Bread from the Richards Group brings its guitar-wielding logo to life for the first time, serenading consumers with a power chord solo.

-After a steady drumbeat of increasingly bad news about its business operations, Ozy Media is shutting down.

Silmo Bonomi, the U.S. chief creative officer of Campbell Ewald, writes about the challenges for immigrants after they’re hired by U.S. companies.

-AT&T has teamed up with lifestyle and gaming brand 100 Thieves to build a virtual reality space geared towards socialization.

-With the aim of inspiring more people from minority ethnic groups to choose a creative career, Adobe has enlisted British rapper and actor Little Simz to talk about how she achieved her dreams.

-Hispanic Heritage Month puts a spotlight on a growing segment of the U.S. population, but it also highlights the lack of year-round support Spanish-language publishers receive from advertisers, according to Digiday.