Monday Stir

By Kyle O'Brien 

-For International Day of the Girl, agency Mojo Supermarket is celebrating women in a glamorous campaign for Girls Who Code, showing young women that careers in STEM can bring in the big bucks.

A video highlights women in science, technology, engineering and math who are making change in their communities and the girls who are following in their footsteps.

-Adweek’s annual Media Plan of the Year awards—chosen by a jury of industry professionals—honor 24 campaigns spanning the globe and a wide array of industries.

-Uber’s “Move What Matters” campaign is Adweek’s Media Plan of the Year Best in Show honoree not only because of the campaign’s gravity, but also its urgency.

-One of Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO’s deputy executive creative directors, Toby Allen, has left the agency to join The&Partnership.

-The U.S. is one of the few leading nations without universal healthcare. If you ask Swedish sportswear brand Craft, “That’s a bit weird.”

-#UnhappyBirthdayMrPutin” was commissioned by free press campaigner Reporters Without Borders (RSF) to be released on October 7, 2021 and was developed by BETC.

-Twitter has agreed to sell its ad-tech platform MoPub to AppLovin for an agreed fee of $1.05 billion in cash.

-Real estate brand Windermere Real Estate sees an opportunity in out of home advertising as a way to capture a bigger share of audience as the world slowly reopens from the pandemic, according to Digiday.

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