News & Opinion

Wilkinson Sword teams up with ESI Media for creative newsjacking campaign

Campaign kicks off with Oscars creative content. 

The Evening Standard and The Independent have partnered with Wilkinson Sword, for a three-month campaign targeting key moments in the news agenda. 

Brokered by Wavemaker UK, with MullenLowe leading creative, the campaign will see both news brands work closely with Wilkinson Sword to identify trending news stories. As Wilkinson Sword introduces a new brand positioning, this partnership will allow them to be present and relevant in key news moments that matter. 

Contextually relevant creative will run alongside the accompanying news stories across the Evening Standard, as well as and Building increased brand visibility, the campaign will be reactive in real-time to topical news stories.  

Jacylin Goh-Ng, Segment Manager at Wilkinson Sword said: “We are excited to launch our Masterbrand campaign with this partnership with the Evening Standard and The Independent being a key part of the plan. It enables us to react to news stories in real-time, connect with consumers and land our brand messaging in a multi-channel approach.” 

Dan Locke, Chief Agency Strategy Officer at ESI Media added: “The ability to be able to react instantly to the daily news is a key part of our commercial offering, giving brands a plethora of creative opportunities alongside award winning journalism. This campaign with Wilkinson Sword demonstrates this perfectly, bringing fun and real relevance to the brand messaging.”

by Hannah Ohm Thomas 11/02/20

Want the latest news, opinion and insight on newsbrands?
Sign up and we'll send you a weekly update.

Sign up here

Get in touch

3rd Floor
3 Marshalsea Road

0203 949 7470


Keep up to date

Please take a minute to answer a few questions on our new website. The feedback you provide will help us make the website easier for you to navigate and ensure you can find the content you’re after. In addition, we’ll enter you in to a prize draw for a £100 Amazon voucher*.

Take Survey Not now Never