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You can now buy individual back issues of The Drum's award winning monthly magazine, each overflowing with exclusive insights, interviews and in-depth features that will provoke, challenge and teach even the most experienced of marketers, creatives and account teams.

The Future of Food Issue

The Future of Food Issue

This issue, we learn how The Halal Guys has built a food cart empire on the streets of New York and how KFC found success with local flavors in China. We discover why Sainsbury's is stocking edible crickets on supermarket shelves – and why Deliveroo is establishing 'dark kitchens' across the globe.

£25
The Marketer of the Future Issue

The Marketer of the Future Issue

In our Marketer of the Future issue, we ask the most exciting new marketers in the world for their take on the future of the industry. From Amazon and Diageo to Elvie and Seedlip, we explore their paths to marketing success and learn about their ambitions for the future.

£25
The Future of Sport Issue

The Future of Sport Issue

In our Future of Sport issue, we talk to Wieden+Kennedy, the FA and Visa about how brands are elevating sporting heroines ahead of the World Cup. We meet Formula E racing teams, fitness brands betting on startups and NFL veterans reinventing themselves as media moguls.

£25
The Future of Media Issue

The Future of Media Issue

For this issue, we talk to broadcasters and publishers such as Bloomberg, The Financial Times and CNN about how they plan to futureproof their businesses. We meet a host of new media natives, from video games makers to podcasters, as they vie for the same audiences as the legacy brands.

£25
AI Guide

AI Guide

Can AI live up the hype? In this special issue of The Drum, dedicated to all things artificial intelligence, we hear from IBM Watson, Made.com, Branded Entertainment Network, Shutterstock and many more as we attempt to answer just that.

£25
The Globalization for Good Issue

The Globalization for Good Issue

In our Globalization for Good issue, we look at how the coming wave of connectivity associated with the fourth industrial revolution is set to impact business and society. Also, Mark Read, Karen Blackett OBE and Debarshi Pandit talk Brexit. Martin Sorrell, Rania Robinson and Bilge Ciftci tell of their immigrant backgrounds. And from Venezuela we hear from agencies still plying their trade amid the chaos.

£25
The Cyberwarfare Issue

The Cyberwarfare Issue

Why should marketers care about cyberwarfare? This issue we take a look at the role of our industry in a world where humdrum technology and everyday communication have become weaponised, from our smart home being hacked and our fridges held to ransom to fake news and deepfakes having far-reaching ramifications for global politics.

£25
The China Issue

The China Issue

As we enter the year of the pig, The Drum visits China. Enormous opportunities lie in wait for those brave enough to make the leap, but it is proving a sophisticated market to crack for foreign brands. We discover how JD.com and Alibaba have forged an e-commerce nirvana and learn about the linguistic and cultural barriers between China and the west.

£25
2019 Predictions

2019 Predictions

Our industry experts have once again come together to provide their insights and shine a light beneath the maelstrom of further change and transformation expected this year. The Predictions supplement is once again brimming with big ideas that are bound to shape the industry as we know it, including transparency, in-housing, AI and machine learning and influencer marketing.

£20
The New Year Honors Issue

The New Year Honors Issue

This issue, we look back on a momentous 12 months for the industry and review the biggest stories and the best work of the year. As in previous years, we dole out our New Year Honours – The Drum’s celebration of the agencies, brands, people and organizations that kept their heads and excelled while all around were losing theirs.

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The Advertising is not a Dirty Word Issue

The Advertising is not a Dirty Word Issue

Advertising was once an industry of panache, prestige and pride – but lately, the term has vanished from the lips of marketers and the mastheads of agencies. In our December issue, we set out to restore the reputation of the industry and prove that the a-word needn’t be a dirty word. We consider why ‘advertising’ has become unfashionable, how ad schools are adapting to supply agencies and creative shops with fresh talent and discover why marketers need to re-embrace long-term thinking.

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The Secret Lives of Kids Issue

The Secret Lives of Kids Issue

We take a look at how hundreds of millions of school kids are obsessed with Fortnite, how 20 million people entered the 2018 Fifa eWorld Cup, how an 11-year-old ‘kidfluencer’ is racking up billions of views on YouTube while a six-year-old rakes in $11m on the platform. We also find out what children think of advertising, how the childish worlds of comic books and superheroes are increasingly big business, and how more and more adults don’t know (or don’t want to know) how to be grownups. Welcome to the secret life of kids.

£25