Diversity has been an explicit theme of more progressive advertising for some time. But this ad takes it to a new level—featuring a parade of Australians from different religions and cultures, and with various physical looks and abilities, all to sell, oddly enough, Australian lamb. "What's the best thing about diversity?
Brands that are inclusive of the LGBT community are more likely to be perceived as welcoming of other minority groups too but LGBT representation is still “noticeably lower” than other areas of diversity, says Stonewall’s Joey Hambidge.
Just in time for the 2016 Olympics, Grindr—the dating app for men—is launching a clothing line with proceeds going to fight discrimination against LGBTQ athletes. The Varsity Collection, as it's called, is available for sale online starting today, with nearly 30 items available for purchase including swimming trunks, track pan
The advertising industry's top women are done mincing words. "A cancer" is how 4A's President Nancy Hill describes the agency world's lingering gender bias and racial insensitivity. "The industry has a huge diversity problem," says veteran creative Nancy Vonk.
Keds' new Made in America line takes its inspiration from the brand's classic designs of yesteryear. Keds In 1916, women in America couldn't vote, serve in the military or, in most states, serve on juries.
According to new data released by the American Association of Advertising Agencies, 74 percent of 4A's members surveyed feel agencies are either mediocre or worse when it comes to hiring a diverse group of employees.
If you're on one of the three major social networks, you're used to videos that play automatically when you scroll through your feed. In fact, you're probably so used to autoplay that you don't stop and watch the whole video or even turn on the sound.
Channel 4 in Britain recently made one of the greatest ads ever about disability with "We're the Superhumans." The spot, timed to the 2016 Paralympic Games, was a follow-up to 2012's "Meet the Superhumans" but went well beyond the original to create its own brilliant, freewheeling world of fun.
Count Emmy Award voters among the slew of people nationwide who've been charmed and captivated by The Ad Council's famous, viral "Love Has No Labels" diversity and inclusion PSA campaign, created by R/GA and production company Mindride. As Adweek predicted when the nominees were announced, the spot, filmed on Valentine&
It’s commonplace to think that a person’s sexual orientation is a private matter and irrelevant in business. After Apple CEO Tim Cook came out as a gay man, a substantial portion of social media comments, tweets, and shares asked, “Why would he do this?” which seems to imply that, first, no one should care, and second, people don’t want to know Cook’s orientation. But conventional wisdom is wrong. Research suggests that, for LGBT entrepreneurs at least, and perhaps others in their orbit, being “out” is relevant in many ways.
In one of the most contentious sessions of the Television Critics Association's summer press tour so far, CBS Entertainment president Glenn Geller was repeatedly questioned about the lack of diversity in his network's fall slate, which features five new shows starring white men.
By Meredith Mandell, Special to Big Law Business The American Bar Association is getting serious about calls for greater diversity. At its annual meeting in San Francisco, the ABA’s House of Delegates will vote on Monday on Resolution 113, which calls on clients to direct a greater percentage of the legal services they purchase to divers
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