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For 1st April, Burger King Belgium Deliver in A Mcdonald’s Bag

Imagine yourself comfortable on your sofa ordering a . Your one dream is that it’s delivered as quickly as possible so you can savour your WHOPPER. So how would you react if you received a McDonald’s bag instead? We know, it’s a little harsh… But with the help of his agency Buzzman, this is exactly what BURGER KING Belgium, decided to do when delivering orders all over Belgium. No need to panic, it was just an April Fool’s Day! Once opened, the bag inside contained the original BURG...
Tags: Advertising, Belgium, Food And Drink, Burger King, McDonald, Trendy, Thomas Granger, Julien Levilain, Georges Mohammed Cherif, Buzzman, Gloria J, Kevin Derycke, Dirk Lammens, Vic Dresen, Sofie Couck BUZZMAN, Xavier Devaux Landragin


Millions of Facebook users' data was leaked

Hi and welcome to Insider Advertising for April 5. I'm senior advertising reporter Lauren Johnson, and here's what's going on:Millions of Facebook users' data leaked.What happened to Adobe's ad business.Fernando Machado moves to Activision.If this email was forwarded to you, sign up here for your daily insider's guide to advertising and media.Tips, comments, suggestions? Drop me a line at [email protected] or on Twitter at @LaurenJohnson. Facebook set to soar th...
Tags: Facebook, Media, Adobe, Advertising, US, Newsletter, Trends, CMO, Georgia, Nike, Unilever, Cnn, Biden, Donald Trump, Burger King, Cnbc


Watch: The top 5 creative brand ideas you need to know about right now

Tide chills out, Burger King builds a digital food court, and more.
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Machado quits Burger King, and NBC, Walgreens partner for star-studded vaccine TV special: Friday Wake-Up Call

Welcome to Ad Age’s Wake-Up Call, our daily roundup of advertising, marketing, media and digital news. If you're reading this online or in a forwarded email, here's the link to sign up for our Wake-Up Call newsletters. The Burger King steps off his throne Good morning! Fernando Machado has resigned after seven years at Burger King’s parent company Restaurant Brands International, with the past year spent as its chief marketing officer and previous six as Burger King's head of brand marke...
Tags: Amazon, New York, Nbc, Matthew Mcconaughey, Advertising, General Motors, CMO, Bloomberg, Walgreens, Mary Barra, Gm, Michelle Obama, Burger King, Anthony Fauci, Black, Restaurant Brands International


Watch live at 11 a.m. EDT: The top 5 creative brand ideas you need to know about right now

Tide chills out, Burger King builds a digital food court, and more.
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Burger King's CMO resigns

Hi and welcome to Insider Advertising for April 2. I'm senior advertising reporter Lauren Johnson, and here's what's going on:Burger King's CMO resigns.Spotify's aggressive podcast ambitions.Harry's new funding.If this email was forwarded to you, sign up here for your daily insider's guide to advertising and media.Tips, comments, suggestions? Drop me a line at [email protected] or on Twitter at @LaurenJohnson. Burger King Burger King's top markete...
Tags: Spotify, Media, Podcasts, Youtube, Advertising, Newsletter, Trends, CMO, Unilever, Harry, Burger King, DC Entertainment, Harry's, Restaurant Brands International, Pepsi, Newsletters


Fernando Machado is leaving Burger King parent company

The Restaurant Brands International global chief marketing officer hasn’t yet shared where he is heading.  
Tags: Advertising, Burger King, Restaurant Brands International, Fernando Machado


I compared breakfast burritos from 4 fast-food chains and Taco Bell's were the best by far

I liked Taco Bell's cheesy breakfast burrito the best. Erin McDowell/Business Insider I put four fast-food chains to the test in order to see who could make the best breakfast burrito. I tried breakfast burritos from McDonald's, Wendy's, Burger King, and Taco Bell. Taco Bell came out on top with its budget-friendly and delicious burritos. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The sausage burrito from McDonald's was the least expensive breakfast burrito I t...
Tags: Trends, Burger King, Taco Bell, Wendy, McDonald, Erin McDowell, Crunchwrap, Taco Bell Taco Bell, Wendy s Burger King, Burrito Burger King, Crunchwrap Erin McDowell


Hundreds of Subway, Dunkin', and Burger King locations closed in 2020 - here are the chains with the most closures

Subway assembly line. Tim Boyle/Getty Images More than 10% of all US restaurant locations closed during the pandemic. Dunkin', Burger King, and Subway were the hardest hit large chains. But others like Domino's and Starbucks added locations last year. See more stories on Insider's business page. 10% of all restaurants have closed since the beginning of the pandemic in 2020, including hundreds of locations of major chains, according to food industry research firm Dataessential&#...
Tags: US, Trends, Starbucks, Burger King, Domino, Taco Bell, McDonald, Dunkin, Caesar, Papa John, Brian Niccol, Baskin Robbin, Starbucks Taco Bell, Mary Meisenzahl, Dunkin Burger King, Dataessential


Burger King: The Menu Court

Having done some of the most famous gaming campaigns in recent years, such as the Stevenage Challenge or Burger Clan, Burger King® keeps looking for new ways to connect and reward the community. This time they have chosen NBA 2K21, the most popular basketball videogame in the world, and are letting people take a shot. Using the court editing tools available in the game, they created “The Menu Court”, a court customized to be like a Burger King® menu board, with the most popul...
Tags: Advertising, Nba, Burger King, Stevenage Challenge, Burger Clan Burger King


Burger King Pokes Fun at the Size Of the Big (Beep) to Reassert Whopper's Superiority

Relying on its characteristic wit and boldness in an activation campaign, Burger King Brazil has taken social networks by storm. The brand that never misses a good joke put down the lead for the story of its new action. BK's mysterious post made fun of a “so-called Big”- and even included a photo with a censored tag. The video left viewers scratching their heads, assuming a comparison between Whopper and its main competitor's bestselling sandwich. But the lead turned out to be just ...
Tags: Advertising, Social Media, David, Brazil, Food And Drink, Burger King, Gloria J, Pancho Cassis, Rafael Donato, Fabrício Pretto, Big King, Edgard Gianesi, Fabrício Pretto Rogério Chaves, Fernanda Peixoto Mônica Andrade Ana Beatriz Duarte, Daniela Bombonato Carolina Silva Giovana Damião, Toni Ferreira Gustavo Nanes


Burger King was recently blasted for a tone-deaf marketing tweet. Here are 5 other big brands whose campaigns caused a stir.

Burger King's announcement of a new initiative aimed at helping female chefs drew heat on social media. Burger King Burger King's "women belong in the kitchen" tweet recently sparked outrage. In recent years, many controversial campaigns have caused fury around the world. Insider has rounded up five other notable flops from well-known brands. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. A recent tweet from Burger King UK that read "women belong in the kitchen" on Inter...
Tags: Twitter, UK, Obama, Mexico, US, Trends, Cnn, Kendall Jenner, Victoria, Donald Trump, Burger King, Huffington Post, Kitchenaid, Trump, Macy, Bloomingdale


Burger King was recently blasted for its terrible tweet. Here are 5 other big brands whose campaigns caused a stir.

Burger King's announcement of a new initiative aimed at helping female chefs drew heat on social media. Burger King Burger King's "women belong in the kitchen" tweet recently sparked outrage. In recent years, many controversial campaigns have caused fury around the world. Insider has rounded up five other notable flops from well-known brands. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. A recent tweet from Burger King UK that read "women belong in the kitchen" on Inter...
Tags: Twitter, UK, Obama, Mexico, US, Trends, Cnn, Kendall Jenner, Victoria, Donald Trump, Burger King, Huffington Post, Kitchenaid, Trump, Macy, Bloomingdale


Is Cinnamon Toast Crunch Shrimp the New Piss Water?

Things are funny because they’re unexpected. This is the rough gist of the incongruity theory, a centuries-old broadly-shared concept that humor subverts assumptions; as philosopher James Beattie wrote, in 1779: “laughter arises from the view of two or more inconsistent, unsuitable, or incongruous parts or…Read more...
Tags: Coco, Science, Life, Fruit, Food And Drink, Donald Trump, General Mills, Cinnamon, Burger King, CTC, James Beattie, Food Industry, Danielle Fishel, Jensen Karp, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Post Consumer Brands


Where To Find All of Your Childhood Favorite Pokémon Toys

This year, we celebrate the 25th anniversary of Pokémon. We’ve already started it with a bang thanks to Post Malone and his Hootie & the Blowfish cover. I’m still not sure why that happened, but I’m grateful nonetheless. Fans will get a more traditional celebration later this year when Poké…Read more...
Tags: Science, Nintendo, Pokemon, Ash, Burger King, Mew, Malone, Hootie the Blowfish, Ash Ketchum, Pokemon Yellow, Jigglypuff, Fictional Characters, Charizard, Absol, Video Game Characters, Video Games Developed In Japan


Popeyes is bringing its fried chicken to the UK, and it plans to open 350 restaurants over the next 10 years

Popeyes is a major player in the chicken sandwich wars. Popeyes Fried-chicken chain Popeyes plans to open its first UK restaurant later this year, it said Tuesday. Popeyes hasn't decided on its first location, but plans to open 350 UK branches within 10 years. Popeyes, which kickstarted the chicken-sandwich wars, has more than 3,400 restaurants globally. See more stories on Insider's business page. Popeyes, the fried-chicken chain, said it would open its first UK restaurant by the ...
Tags: UK, London, Mexico, China, US, Trends, Turkey, Brazil, New Orleans, Burger King, Baskin Robbins, Popeyes, Tim Hortons, Shake Shack, Spain Switzerland, Shear


Brands Must Counter Disconnection And Distance

The mantra for brands is “be experiential.” Brands are focused on creating enveloping, engaging, embracing, and all-encompassing total brand experiences for customers. In 2017, Starbuck’s founder and chairman, Howard Schultz, said that the way forward is making your branded space an “experiential destination.” The Starbucks CEO, Kevin Johnson said, “To survive, merchants need to create unique and immersive in-store experiences.” The focus on the total brand experience, as a physically and emo...
Tags: Nordstrom, Customer Experience, Howard Schultz, Starbucks, Kevin Johnson, Burger King, Telemedicine, Harvard Business Review, Economist, Mastercard, Branding, Wal Mart, McKinsey Co, Starbuck, Joseph Pine, Blake Project


New data shows why McDonald's new chicken sandwich is about more than getting a leg up on the competition

Erin McDowell/Insider McDonald's added 3 new chicken sandwiches to its menu in February. Foot traffic has been up since the new sandwiches were introduced according to data from Placer.ai. The restaurant industry has been hit hard by dining room closures amid the pandemic. See more stories on Insider's business page. McDonald's released three new chicken sandwiches in February into the already-crowded fast-food chicken sandwich lineup. Foot traffic at the fast food chain is up...
Tags: US, Trends, Wingstop, Burger King, Anthony Fauci, Kfc, McDonald, Placer, Jimmy John, Erin McDowell, Mary Meisenzahl


McDonald's new chicken sandwich gave it a much needed traffic boost, according to a new report

Erin McDowell/Insider McDonald's added 3 new chicken sandwiches to its menu in February. Foot traffic has been up since the new sandwiches were introduced according to data from Placer.ai. The restaurant industry has been hit hard by dining room closures amid the pandemic. See more stories on Insider's business page. McDonald's released three new chicken sandwiches in February into the already-crowded fast-food chicken sandwich lineup. Foot traffic at the fast food chain is up...
Tags: US, Trends, Wingstop, Burger King, Anthony Fauci, Kfc, McDonald, Placer, Jimmy John, Erin McDowell, Mary Meisenzahl


Female artists dominate Grammys, ads include debut for Travis Scott-backed hard seltzer Cacti: Monday Wake-Up Call

Welcome to Ad Age’s Wake-Up Call, our daily roundup of advertising, marketing, media and digital news. If you're reading this online or in a forwarded email, here's the link to sign up for our Wake-Up Call newsletters. Female-dominated Grammys Female artists dominated at the Grammy Awards last night, held at an outdoor location in Los Angeles to allow for social distancing. The big winners included Beyoncé, wh...
Tags: Apple, New York, Beyonce, Advertising, Los Angeles, Bloomberg, Indiana, Atlantic, New York Times, Cbs, Harry, Oprah Winfrey, Black Lives Matter, Burger King, Grammys, Sxsw


Burger King was blasted for its terrible tweet on International Women's Day. From Pepsi to KitchenAid, here are 5 other brands whose campaigns have caused a stir in recent years.

Burger King's announcement of a new initiative aimed at helping female chefs drew heat on social media. Burger King Burger King's "women belong in the kitchen" tweet recently sparked outrage. In recent years, many controversial campaigns have caused fury around the world. Insider has rounded up 5 other notable flops from well-known brands. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. A recent tweet from Burger King UK that read "women belong in the kitchen" on Internat...
Tags: Twitter, UK, Obama, Mexico, Trends, Cnn, Kendall Jenner, Victoria, Sky News, Donald Trump, Burger King, Huffington Post, Kitchenaid, Trump, Macy, Bloomingdale


Looking back on a year of the pandemic, and WPP’s recovery of sorts: Friday Wake-Up Call

Welcome to Ad Age’s Wake-Up Call, our daily roundup of advertising, marketing, media and digital news. If you're reading this online or in a forwarded email, here's the link to sign up for our Wake-Up Call newsletters.  One year later Good morning! We have now been living with the threat of the coronavirus for more than a year. Yesterday marked the one-year anniversary of the World Health Organization declaring the virus a global pandemic, which has resulted in nearly 530,000 deaths and ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Ebay, Advertising, Snapchat, World Health Organization, Ryan Reynolds, Heinz, Burger King, WPP, Coors Light, IPG, Carters, Ad Council, Dentsu


Agency sells Burger King merch that flips the script on chain's flawed International Women’s Day campaign

The majority women-owned agency is giving all proceeds to the Girls Empowerment Network
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Burger King’s snafu puts focus on the danger of using shock value as a social media strategy

A look at the state of social media marketing and its risks.
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Stimulus checks are on the horizon as Biden prepares to sign relief bill: Thursday Wake-Up Call

Welcome to Ad Age’s Wake-Up Call, our daily roundup of advertising, marketing, media and digital news. If you're reading this online or in a forwarded email, here's the link to sign up for our Wake-Up Call newsletters.  Checking in The House of Representatives passed the $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief bill on a party line vote on Wednesday, with a single Democrat breaking ranks to vote no with every Republican in the chamber. The White House says Preside...
Tags: Apple, Google, White House, New York City, Advertising, San Francisco, Joe Biden, House Of Representatives, Ubs, Biden, Burger King, Oprah, Indiana Pacers, Department Of Transportation, Pew Research Center, Cnbc


Burger King apologizes for 'Women belong in the kitchen' tweet

Burger King has issued an apology for its tweet on International Women's Day that read, “Women belong in the kitchen," which sought to...
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Burger King: Apparently Not a Place for Queens on International Women’s Day

(Editor's note: An earlier version of this story had an image that wasn't one of Burger King's tweets, but satirical social media.) This International Women's Day, women (and some men) cringed on the heels of misguided content from Burger King's Twitter feed. The U.K. side of the businesses launched a tweet with no upfront context,...
Tags: Advertising, Diversity, Queens, Burger King, Voice, International Women's Day, Equity and Inclusion


Burger King eats, then deletes, its words on International Women's Day: Tuesday Wake-Up Call

Welcome to Ad Age’s Wake-Up Call, our daily roundup of advertising, marketing, media and digital news. If you're reading this online or in a forwarded email, here's the link to sign up for our Wake-Up Call newsletters.  Freshly grilled Burger King’s latest attempt at cheeky, irreverent humor backfired when a tweet on International Women’s Day leaned too far into everyday sexism. The now-deleted provocative line “Women belong in the kitchen” was meant to sp...
Tags: Google, New York City, Advertising, Atlantic, Britain, NHS, Mta, Diana, Pfizer, Oprah Winfrey, Burger King, Oprah, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Interactive Advertising Bureau, Iab, Johnson Johnson


Burger King slammed for International Women's Day tweet

Burger King is being slammed for a 5-word tweet for International Women's Day. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on a tweet that was anything but well-done.
Tags: News, Stories, Burger King, Jeanne Moos


Burger King deletes International Women’s Day tweet after getting grilled as its intent is misinterpreted

‘Women belong in the kitchen’ line, without the full ad’s context, comes off as sexist.
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