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AToMiC 2017: Selling products with new products
WD-40 and Doritos designed new merchandise for holiday contexts.
Shopper Innovation Awards: How to hijack the holidays
These brands found new ways to stand out during busy periods.
Tech in Action: Doritos’ tape deck chip bag
The brand embeds a music player into its bag so you can listen to the Guardians of the Galaxy soundtrack.
What it takes to win at the CASSIES
Judges tell us what made the Gold winners stand out from the pack, plus a photo gallery from this year's gala.
CASSIES Gold: Love is in the Doritos chip bouquet
BBDO reimagined the classic Valentine's Day gift to promote its limited-time ketchup flavour.
Doritos plays with…lava?
PepsiCo CMO Christine Kalvenes talks about the new Canadian campaign that takes the brand into the belly of a volcano (and is already generating global attention).
Shopper Innovation Awards: Doritos tests Ketchup fans
The brand had chip lovers go to extremes to win the last bag.
CASSIES Silver: Doritos holds out for ketchup
How far would you go for a bag of chips?
Doritos Ketchup is the new rose
The brand is hoping people will fall in love with its chip bouquet this Valentine's Day.
Marc Guay looks to the future
The newly retired PepsiCo president talks innovation, trends on the horizon and advice for the next generation of marketers.
Meet the new broadcasters
Could Periscopers, who live-stream the world to the world, be the next online superstars?
Dad’s shopping habits by the numbers
Who is more concerned about price - mom or dad? The latter's buying habits and preferences (and how some compare with mom's) are revealed in a new Y&R study.
DAOY Silver/AOY Bronze: BBDO’s internal community push
The shop takes honours in AOY and Digital AOY for work for FedEX, Skittles, Mountain Dew, Doritos and the Ministry of Health and Long-term Care.
The Youth Report
A look at how youth-focused brands like Doritos, Adias, Kotex and Ubisoft are targeting the digitally-savvy, seen-it-all Generation Z.
Youth Report: Doritos trades UGC strategy for spicy tech
The PepsiCo brand asks young people to set their social media profiles on fire for the launch of its Inferno chips.