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We bring the digital advertising industry together to share best practice, develop guidelines and demonstrate the effectiveness of digital for brands. Our members include advertisers, agencies, ad tech companies and media owners, so you’re in the right place to discover the very best of digital advertising. Check back regularly to stay up to date.
News & Views
The latest on key developments from the fast-moving world of digital
Expert advice and representation from our policy and regulatory affairs team
Regular webinars, training and virtual networking, all free for IAB members
Insight to equip you with the evidence you need to get the most out of digital advertising
Real Living 2021 results
Our newest study, Real Living 2021, takes the pulse of the nation’s digital lives, what’s changing and - crucially - what it means for advertisers.
From device to day-part to mood-state, discover how and when you should be engaging with your consumers, and what it is they want from digital ads.
Digital Adspend H1 2021
Our latest Adspend findings, produced with PwC, show the UK digital ad market grew 49% year-on-year. With £10.5bn spent on digital ads in H1 2021, this shows 42% growth against H1 2019, the last comparable period that did not include lockdown measures. Dive into the report now for a further breakdown of the findings and spend trends across sectors.
As the industry body for digital advertising, we are uniquely placed to bring you the latest on a range of topics affecting the industry right now. We work tirelessly on behalf of IAB members to ensure that our industry thrives and that advertisers - big and small - can harness the power of digital advertising effectively.
IAB UK is leading the industry response to the ICO ‘s report into real-time bidding and ensuring that our members’ interests are fully represented
Find out more about how IAB UK is working with our members and collaborating globally to develop identity solutions fit for the cookie-less future
Why digital advertising works
With years of effectiveness research available proving digital’s ability to build brands, discover why digital advertising is effective for reaching your customers
Powering small businesses
Our latest research study, Powering Up, explores how SMEs are using digital advertising and where more support is needed to help their recovery in the wake of COVID-19
Gold Standard 2.0
Having first launched in 2017, the Gold Standard continues to evolve to deliver on its aim of building a sustainable future for the digital advertising industry. Gold Standard 2.0 introduces a more robust criteria, including incorporating IAB Europe’s Transparency & Consent Framework. By bringing together existing industry initiatives, the Gold Standard has four keys aims:
Reduce ad fraud
Uphold brand safety
Help compliance with the GDPR and ePrivacy law
Improve the digital ad experience
We are working together with our members to drive change within the digital advertising industry. Doing so not only makes business sense – our 2019 Adspend study shows that Gold Standard certified companies grew at twice the rate of non-certified companies – it also benefits all parts of the digital supply chain, not least the end consumer.
Welcome to the Member Vault
Our new Member Vault has been created so that you can upload your latest blogs, podcasts, research, videos and upcoming events. By posting content to the Member Vault, you will be able to amplify your voice across the industry and, in turn, the Vault will be a hub of information for anyone looking to get up-to-speed on the latest goings-on in digital advertising.
The IAB UK Board
IAB UK Board members play a pivotal role in steering the industry and ensuring the interests of all IAB UK members are represented at the highest level. Meet them here:
Interactive Tool: Helping SMEs get more out of digital
Our new interactive tool helps small businesses unlock the value of digital advertising - whatever their campaign objective. The tool pulls together guidance on different digital channels and strategies, tailoring advice based on businesses’ individual aims and resources. It follows our ‘Powering Up’ research earlier this year, which showed that SMEs want jargon-free, accessible advice to help them use digital advertising more effectively - particularly as they navigate the COVID-19 pandemic.