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Brittaney Kiefer

Brittaney is Adweek's European Creative editor based in London. Before joining Adweek, Brittaney was Creativity & Culture editor at Campaign. Before that, she was a reporter and editor at PRWeek.

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These Ads Issue Environmental Warning by Showing Probability of Life on Other Planets

Advertising

A film and series of posters break down the probability of essential food items growing or being found on exoplanets.

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Vacations Are Back! How European Travel Brands Are Attracting Tourists

Travel & Transportation

More than a year since news of a strange virus forced people to cancel their European vacations, YesMilano’s campaign points to a slow reawakening for the travel industry, which has [...]

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Burger King Cracks the Mystery of why Athletes Bite Their Medals

Creativity

For the 2020 Tokyo Games, Burger King Belgium is offering people a free Whopper for every bite on a medal.

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KFC Promises to Be Kind to Chickens Before Making Them Finger-Lickin’ Good

Creativity

The fast-food brand promotes its commitment to chicken welfare.

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Durex Billboards Celebrate Sexual Freedom After Lockdown

Out of Home

The brand’s latest ad recalls a campaign it ran during the U.K.’s first national lockdown entitled, “Let’s not go back to normal.”

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This Campaign Rallies Fans Behind Refugee Athletes Competing in the Olympics

Creativity

Discovery+ and Eurosport want to build a home crowd for the IOC team.

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British Army Begins Female Recruitment Campaign Months After #MeToo Inquiry

Advertising

'A Soldier is a Soldier' aims to recruit more women, who make up just 9.8% of the British Army.

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KP Snacks Promotes Cricket Sponsorship After Health Campaigners Lambasted the Deal

Food & Beverage

The animated campaign is notable for its absence of any snack foods.

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UK Harassment Legislation Could Help End Use of NDAs in Advertising

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Industry campaigners are calling to stop to silencing victims.