Budweiser has today announced free beer for the nation. That is, if the 2018 FIFA World Cup trophy is won by England and brought back to the country for the first time since 1966.
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An advanced artificial intelligence solution has analysed every international football match played since 1872, running over 1 million simulations of the World Cup and given England just a 5.7% chance of writing their names into football history this summer. Retail
The NPD Group, a global information company, today reveals how World Cup football fever is impacting UK toy market sales. With just under a fortnight to go before the national squad’s opening game on 18 June, £11 million has already
Budweiser today announces its plans to work with retailers to celebrate fan euphoria surrounding this year’s FIFA World Cup tournament. In order to drive football into stores and boost rate of sale, Budweiser is launching a two-hour delivery with Amazon
Workplace expert, Acas, has launched new guidance today to help employers prepare for potential issues that could arise over the World Cup period.
The British economy is set to benefit from a £1.33bn boost if England make it through the second round (the round of 16) of the 2018 World Cup, rising to £2.72bn if the team make it through to the final,
Currys PC World outdoor campaign encourages fans to “Go Big for The Big Games,” ahead of summer of football
Currys PC World reveals its latest disruptive outdoor takeover campaign – transforming two 48-sheet billboards into giant Currys PC World TV boxes, encouraging fans to “Go Big for The Big Games,” ahead of a Summer of football.
Budweiser has globally announced the launch of its biggest integrated campaign to celebrate its sponsorship of the FIFA World Cup™ 2018, which will capture and amplify euphoric fan energy in innovative ways throughout the tournament. The activity kicked off this
A quarter of the UK to switch off from viewing the World Cup once their team is knocked out, finds Oath
UK viewers will switch off from viewing the World Cup as soon as their team is knocked out, according to new research from media and technology company, Oath. One in four (26%) people in the UK will not support any other
KETTLE is the UK’s number one hand-cooked crisp1 and must-stock premium snacking brand for convenience retailers. This spring a new range of price marked packs is being launched to target the growing sharing snacks market. Priced at £1 per bag