Legacy Agencies Help Startups Gain Footing in a Slippery Industry

Cartwright, backed by WPP, is the latest example of an agency trend that also includes David, Callen and The&Partnership.

How Holding Company CEOs Are Addressing Systemic Racism Internally

Adweek spoke with five to find out if, and how, they plan to hold themselves accountable.

What Is the Future of Ad Schools?

As programs adapt to a virtual learning environment, students, too, try to find a way forward.

3% Conference Goes Virtual With 3-Day Event in July

The Future of Work gathering has gone digital, replacing the in-person event that had been planned for October in Atlanta.

As Advertisers Pull Back Spending, Agencies and Their Partners Feel the Pain

The spread of COVID-19 has upended brands, leaving them wondering what’s next.

What It’s Like Working at a French Agency During the Covid-19 Pandemic

The worst thing for clients (and everyone) to grapple with so far during Covid-19 is the uncertainty of everything.

Will the Coronavirus Response Mark a Turning Point for How Agencies View Remote Work?

Will longstanding stigmas against working from home finally fade now that agencies are relying on it to help contain COVID-19?

Why Agencies Should Be Placing Their Bets on Data, Talent and Tech

The rise of mobile, social media and Big Data have left agencies under scrutiny to pivot and address the growing list of expectations and demands from clients.

It’s Time for Marketers to Do Less Thinking to Make Room for More Ideas

All this thinking keeps our minds really busy, but creativity requires space and open minds—less thinking, more being.

New Study Says In-Housing and Consolidation Will Further Impact Agencies in 2020

According to a report by RSW/US, 61% of marketers said they expect in-house work to increase.