Global News

Below are recent news items from WFA's network of advertiser associations and the wider advertising industry. Stay informed by signing up to our monthly global newsletter.
15/07/2011

Children's Food and Beverage Advertising Initiative announces nutritional criteria in US

These uniform nutrition criteria, designed by CFBAI and top food industry scientists and nutritionists, will further strengthen voluntary efforts to change child-directed food advertising.
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12/07/2011

WFA webinar on new EU cookies rule

On 12 July WFA hosted a webinar highlighting all the things marketers need to know about the new e-Privacy Directive.
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30/06/2011

Worldwide ad market approaches $500 billion

Advertising spending around the world is projected to increase 3.9% this year to more than $494 billion.
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29/06/2011

WFA launches CMO World Tour

WFA is travelling the world to talk to the top marketers at the world's leading brands. Our aim is to explore the impact of the digital age on marketers' personal lives and how this reflects on their own marketing vision and approach.
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28/06/2011

WFA to join WEF advisory committee

Stephan Loerke, WFA managing Director, has been invited to become a Member of the World Economic Forum's Global Agenda Council on Media, Entertainment & Information 2011, on the basis of thought leadership in the field of marketing communications.
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24/06/2011

Swedish Association finalises new online measurement rules

Sveriges Annonsörer have just released new online measurement rules for the KIA-index, the Swedish online currency established in 2002.
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24/06/2011

ANDA Chile to hold yearly seminar of ANDA Knowledge Center

On June 17th, Anda Chile's Knowledge Center, AKC, will hold its yearly seminar “What do we [really ] know about Chileans”.
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24/06/2011

AGNA Mexico organises contest on market research

AGNA Mexico is organizing with AMAI (Mexican association of market research agencies) a contest in a number of universities to encourage students' interest in market research in media.
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