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Edelman UK

Issue 58 | March 2021

Why it's okay to play

Happiness Brussels, an FCB Alliance agency
Issue 45 | December 2017

Slotomania was a mobile casino simulation game. But unlike other slot games, players didn't win actual money.
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#runthespring

Les Gaulois
Issue 44 | September 2017

Winter is often the season of relaxation, where snow, cold, rain and wind make running impractical and gives everyone a very good excuse for not going out.
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#ZeroPointFiveEffect

Tribal 121
Issue 44 | September 2017

Peru had the third highest rate of road accidents caused by drunk driving.
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Advertising Charter

BBR Saatchi & Saatchi
Issue 44 | September 2017

Israel was a melting pot, a country of immigrants who came from many different parts of the world.
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Breaking the pattern with adidas GLITCH

Possible, Iris
Issue 44 | September 2017

Start-up culture is ripe with experimentation and originality. Risk breeds creativity and these are the companies driving meaningful change in our industry.
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Chef Watson

Ogilvy Paris
Issue 44 | September 2017

For many outside IBM's normal audience of technological savvy people, the worlds of Artificial Intelligence and cognitive computing were intimidating.
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Dinner with Georgia

WINDFOR'S
Issue 44 | September 2017

For the first time in history the record-braking 6 million international visitors entered Georgia (population – 3,7 million) throughout one year (2016).
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Don't scroll and drive

BBR Saatchi & Saatchi
Issue 44 | September 2017

"Distracted driving" is what they called it.
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Fans against all odds

Leo Burnett Moscow
Issue 44 | September 2017

Lokomotiv was one of the great Russian football clubs, sponsored by the Russian Railways company.
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Home, a VR Spacewalk

REWIND
Issue 44 | September 2017

The BBC had a long history of innovation in how it informed, educated and entertained.
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Kiss the Kremlin

DM9DDB
Issue 44 | September 2017

In Russia, the LGBTQ community was threatened with violence and prison. Any sort of gay parade was banned for 100 years.
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Little Bit of the Tour

Fallon London
Issue 44 | September 2017

Škoda had been long-time global sponsors of the Tour de France.
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Night Creature Generator

BBDO New York
Issue 44 | September 2017

To strengthen Bacardi's association to music / nightlife and make their bat logo stand for something, data was used to match people to their own 'Night Creature' based on their music listening habits.
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Reimagine Zahra's World

OgilvyOne Dubai
Issue 44 | September 2017

Refugee stories were everywhere in media.
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Skin Memories

BBDO Belgium
Issue 44 | September 2017

Skin cancer was the easiest form of cancer to avoid because it could be seen and detected in the earliest stages.
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SnapSkate

Ogilvy & Mather Berlin
Issue 44 | September 2017

Snapchat was one of the most popular social media platforms for teens on mobile devices.
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Stop Corrida

BETC
Issue 44 | September 2017

Advertising agency, BETC Paris, produced an awareness campaign for FLAC Anticorrida about the cruelty of bullfighting.
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The best in the world for me

Wirz/BBDO
Issue 44 | September 2017

Migros is Switzerland's largest retailer.
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The Colour of Corruption

Grey Brazil
Issue 44 | September 2017

During the economic boom in Brazil of the 2000s, though consumer spending soared, many companies often failed to deliver on their promises.
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The live reply

BBDO Belgium
Issue 44 | September 2017

On April 6, 2017, LDV United, a competing advertising agency in Belgium, openly recruited BBDO account managers on Facebook.
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The Rewearable Dress

Y&R Brazil
Issue 44 | September 2017

The hospital of Santa Casa de Misericórdia de Sao Paulo had seen a drop of 35% in the numbers of blood donors.
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THE TRUTH REVEALING BANNERS

Air
Issue 44 | September 2017

The world's biggest corruptive leaders keep quiet about a lot of inhumane issues that go on in their country.
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Watch What Happens Next

360i
Issue 44 | September 2017

After 14 seasons of "Watch What Happens Live" with Andy Cohen (WWHL), Bravo's live, unfiltered late night show, Bravo wanted to attract new viewers and position Andy Cohen as the 'Late Night King of Fun.' WWHL was the only late night show that truly aired live.
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World's Most Eligible Bachelor

Ogilvy Africa
Issue 44 | September 2017

The last living Northern White Rhino lived in Kenya's Ol Pejeta conservancy and could not mate naturally due to old age and a range of other issues.
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#HiddenTrack

Marcel
Issue 43 | June 2017

Limited edition models DS 3 Ines de la Fressange and DS 4 Crossback Moondust will be produced respectively in 500 and 150 units in France (1,000 and 210 units worldwide).
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#kidsaredicks

360i
Issue 43 | June 2017

On Jan. 1, FOX premiered their new comedy series “The Mick” starring Kaitlin Olson
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#NotMusicToMyEars

OgilvyOne Worldwide
Issue 43 | June 2017

As the most popular genre among India's youth, Bollywood music has had a telling impact on behaviour and psyche.
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80ml

Det / Rippler
Issue 43 | June 2017

Heavy menstrual bleeding is one of the most common symptoms of uterine fibroids – non-cancerous tumours composed of muscular tissue in the uterus.
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A Table To End Hunger

McCann Sydney
Issue 43 | June 2017

Because Australia has an abundance of food, many Australians took their next meal for granted - and had little understanding for those who struggle to find their next meal.
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AiMEN

BETC
Issue 43 | June 2017

'The Young Pope' was a new series from CANAL+ starring Jude Law as a pontiff with a difference.
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