Wednesday Stir

By Minda Smiley Comment

Fahrenheit DDB in Lima, Peru has created an ad for Pilsen Callao beer that owns up to the brand’s history of sexist advertising (video above).

-Cannes Lions announced it has secured a contingency plan to move from June to October in the event that COVID-19’s spread has not been adequately contained.

-A new report from the ANA found that payment terms for a wide range of marketing services increased in 2019.

-The 4A’s has hired Donna Tobin as evp of marketing, communications, events and partnerships for the trade organization.

-Not yet burnt out on moldy Whopper content? Then you’re in luck. Burger King’s global chief marketing officer Fernando Machado shares five lessons he learned from the stunt.

-Experiential marketing firms have taken a hit from event cancelations and delays due to coronavirus, reports Digiday.

-72andSunny’s first employee, Evin Shutt, is now its CEO.

-Chicago-based Blue Chip has been named shopper marketing AOR for White Castle.

-In other new biz news, Ticketmaster has selected AKQA as its U.S. creative partner, according to Campaign.

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