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“Accepting cookie-duty” is required by Polish law and European Union directives. It’s annoying, boring… but not always! Check how we managed to put cookies into an interesting products promotion for a nationwide chain...
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The World's First website on Instagram!
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IKEA proved that it has solution even for the most weird families.
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Dumb Ways to Die is a public service announcement campaign by Metro Trains in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, to promote rail safety. The campaign video went viral through sharing and social media starting in November...
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Have you ever heard of webcam child sex tourism (WCST)? It’s basically men from rich countries pay children in poor countries to perform sexual acts in front of webcams. While tens of thousands of kids are abused in t...
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Above is the Cannes Lions Branded Content Gold Cape Town Tourism Case Study. Most tourism brands are gifted with big media and productions budgets. We didn't have that luxury. But we did have a beautiful city we wa...
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Legends help Palau preserve its past. But can they protect their future?
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An exciting interactive mural to engage travellers with an innovative experience of flying to each city hosted at the Delta Sky 360 Club.
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JCDecaux briefed BBDO to promote their yearly roadshow among Belgium’s biggest Marketing Directors. There was only one problem: Marketing Directors almost never take the time to respond to their invitation. So we deci...
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Mahindra's Spark the Rise Campaign is one of the few Indian Crowd-sourced Campaigns that have generated excellent ideas & publicity with the Brand's Communication Strategy. Watch the video to learn how did they en...
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The campaign highlighted the plight of women in India and how a society would fail or fails if the ‘Queen’ is powerless. The ‘Powerless Queen’ was launched as an online chess game within which one player had to play w...
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Pennies for Life is a new way to help women in Africa to escape extreme poverty and become self-sufficient for the first time in their lives. By donating just one penny every time one tweets on Twitter, update the Fa...
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In South Africa alone, Aids kills 1000 people every single day. Brother's for Life, a South African NGO, wanted to create an impact on World Aids Day based on this insight, with a next-to-nothing budget with raising a...
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Run That Town is a strategy game with a twist. Use real Census data to discover who's who in your area, and make decisions that will sway popular opinion in your favour. Choose from hundreds of projects for your town ...
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We gave ordinary people a chance to say something wonderful to someone they really care about and filmed their speeches with 6 hidden cameras. The footage was used to develop extraordinary commercials, with real emoti...
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Scandinavian Airlines "2 for 1 offer it takes 2 to see" QR Code campaign.
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MCM is a French cable TV channel that used to only show music videos. The new MCM revamped its programme grid to propose an explosive mix of Mangas, Monster Truck Show, Wrestling, Sexy girls & Zombies movies. With...
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There's Just One Glass Between A Driver And A Pall-bearer. Road Traffic Safety Directorate Is Warning You: Don't Drive Drunk!
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The Siberian tiger is being exterminated by poachers. To bring this to the attention of the public WWF made their target feel like preys. 20 years ago there were 3000 tigers in Russia. Now there are about 500 only.
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How McDonalds celebrated Chinese New Year in Hong Kong!
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Kolaveri Di was the predecessor of Gangnam Style. This is a case study of an Indian Song by Sony Music that became famous in 42 countries. Agency - Jack in the Box
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While Adobe started focussing more on Digital after the release of CS5 suite they realised that a majority of the 'Print' designers were left in the dark. As a result the Print Designers stopped caring about using Ado...
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One of the newest campaigns we have seen so far & we think it might lead to a different phase in marketing is called Interactive Video Marketing. The only other website apart from Ikea's that uses this approach is...
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Pro Infirmis conducts an experiment: there are only a few people who don`t have empathy with disabled people. Nevertheless, the passenger seat in the public bus next to Fabian often stays empty. Handicapped people are...
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Coke Zero challenged unsuspecting train passengers to unlock the 007 in them for their chance to win exclusive tickets for the new James Bond movie SKYFALL. However, the tickets weren't free. People had to go the extr...
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A very creative way to search for new talented Art Directors: Put your job offer into the dummy text on lipsum.com and let the creatives copy your job offer in their layouts.
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The project known as The World Park, an event and campaign created for New York's Parks and Recreation group, launched in Central Park on Arbor Day weekend 2010. The event received over 1,500 participants and has been...
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KFC Fillet Bites are 100% REAL chicken, prepared handmade by REAL people, which makes each Fillet Bites to look unique. To prove it, we encouraged customers to join a shape-spotting game, just like the clouds in the s...
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Standard questions. Prepared answers. If job interviews are all the same, how to find the right talent among 1734 applicants?