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eightytwenty uses Tinder to highlight sex trafficking

The Immigrant Council and Dublin based digital/experiential agency eightytwenty used Tinder to create awareness for the Immigrant Council of Ireland about sex trafficking and prostitution.

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Robots could be spitting in your food any day. Or not.

So this might be a pet issue, but since I have the soapbox, why not use it, right?

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M&C Saatchi launches Like4Lives

Could sharing a photo save the koalas? M&C Saatchi decided to find out. The fact is, koalas are endangered. They get way more likes on social media than donations.

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Burger King wants you to fight to skip the line.

After a fifteen years absence, Burger King is returning to France but with very few restaurants, people are complaining on social media about the wait time. So Burger King and Buzzman have created a mobile game with one intention: to help you skip the line.

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Taylor Swift joins growing army of musicians leaving Spotify

Hey did you hear the news? Taylor Swift has pulled her music from Spotify. First let's read Spotify's sugary sweet blog post lamenting the fact.

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AKA NYC Launches Star-Studded “It’s Only A Play” with a Smile

Entertainment marketing and advertising agency deploys selfies in an innovative Broadway industry media-first opportunity in Times Square to promote the Terrence McNally comedy.

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