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webinar 11th August

IPM Webinar: Gender Stereotyping Regulations Update

With the introduction of new gender stereotyping rules in 2019, regulators attempted to reflect societal changes taking place in the UK. We are hosting a webinar that...

There’s been a lot of negative comment about the ‘Winning Moments’ mechanic now being used in many prize promotions. But is the problem with the mechanic, or how promotions are being explained to consumers, asks Steve Berry of Emirat?

Are Winning Moments losing out unfairly?

There’s been a lot of negative comment about the Winning Moments mechanic now being used in many prize promotions. But is the problem with the mechanic, or how...

Jim Conning of Royal Mail Data Services (RMDS) provides some practical tips for how to use customer data in promotions.

Customer data and promotional marketing – four areas to focus on

Jim Conning of Royal Mail Data Services (RMDS) provides some practical advice for how to use customer data in promotions, based on new research Accurate, comprehensive...

Tough new rules banning ads and promotions for food and drinks high in fat, salt or sugar (HFSS) from appearing in children’s non-broadcast media come into effect on Saturday 1 July.

UK self-regulatory system tightens rules on HFSS ads and promotions to kids

Tough new rules banning ads and promotions for food and drinks high in fat, salt or sugar (HFSS) from appearing in children’s non-broadcast media come into effect on...

Laura Kelly of the IPM’s Legal Advisory Service highlights some changes to the rules on putting prices in marketing communications

Guidance on Pricing Practices

Laura Kelly of the IPM’s Legal Advisory Service highlights some changes to the rules on putting prices in marketing communications The Chartered Trading Standards...

Karen Bradley, Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, has told the UK’s advertising and marketing communications professionals that the current Government considers its work to be one of the UK’s “major success stories” and also “vital for the success of the UK.”

LEAD 2017: Marketing vital for UK, but must look beyond London

Karen Bradley, Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, has told the UK’s advertising and marketing communications professionals that the current Government...

Laura Kelly, Legal & Regulatory Advisor at the IPM, discusses the ASA's new commitment to stamping out gender stereotyping in marketing communications

Why HFSS marketing needs to change

Laura Kelly, Legal & Regulatory Advisor at the IPM, explains why changes to the CAP Code, the rules governing advertising and marketing in the UK, had to happen and...

Following a full public consultation, the Committee of Advertising Practice (CAP) has today announced tough new rules banning the advertising of high fat, salt or sugar (HFSS) food or soft drink products in children’s media.

CAP changes HFSS food and drink ad and promo rules

Following a full public consultation, the Committee of Advertising Practice – CAP – has today announced tough new rules banning the advertising of high fat, salt or...

The Institute of Promotional Marketing (IPM) has welcomed plans from the Committee of Advertising Practice (CAP) to tighten up the rules surrounding the advertising and marketing of High Fat Salt Sugar (HFSS) foods, particularly to children.

CAP Code launches consultation

The Institute of Promotional Marketing (IPM) has welcomed plans from the Committee of Advertising Practice (CAP) to tighten up the rules surrounding the advertising and...

James Holmes of Limelight looks at some of the challenges associated with crowdsourcing competitions and why marketers need to think ahead when planning their campaigns.

Boaty McBoatface: crowdsourcing’s unknown unknowns

James Holmes of Limelight looks at some of the challenges associated with crowdsourcing competitions and why marketers need to think ahead when planning their campaigns....