The forecasting model is based on the data from Centers for Disease Control, so is predictive by nature, unlike other flu trackers such as Google Flu Trends and the Cold-FX app.
The site was created in response to the latest findings of the Survey of the American Consumer, which revealed that over two-thirds of parents use technology to make their life more organized and stretch their budgets in the most effective way.
The brand has invited 100 U.S. elementary and middle schools that excel in math and science to test the absorbing qualities and strength of its tissues.
A tissue brand owned by Kimbery-Clark Corporation, Kleenex, continues to focus on its aesthetic cues in a new U.K. campaign aiming to engage young designers, artists and all creatives alike.
As part of the ‘U know what works’ campaign, Kimberly-Clark’s U by Kotex brand is launching a new ad campaign in Australia that features a video directed at girls who have FOMO, a ‘fear of missing out’.
Kimberly-Clark Australia has launched a new joint campaign for its Huggies Nappies and Huggies Baby Wipes dubbed 'Best Seat in the House.'
Kleenex, a brand that has been producing facial tissues for 88 years now, has launched a new campaign targeting school-aged kids and their parents.
Kotex wants a woman to talk about her period openly, and to be not shy about this controversial theme. The feminine hygiene care brand has teamed up with Israeli agency Smoyz to launch another campaign dedicated to the theme on Pinterest (the agency says that it’s the first-ever promotional effort that uses this photo-sharing service, which is gaining momentum now). The creative team behind the project dubbed ‘Women’s inspiration day’ selected women, who shared the photos with items which inspire them most on Pinerest boards, and then Kotex asked a female designer to incorporate the new Kotex design into these interests, such as lanterns, bowls, vases, spoons, etc.