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Issue 60 | September 2021

Hello My Name Means

DM9DDB Sao Paulo
Issue 32 | September 2014

Once parents had chosen the brands they wanted to take care of their babies, it was almost impossible to get them to switch.
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The Car And Nothing But The Car

mortierbrigade
Issue 32 | September 2014

At the 2014 Brussels Motor Show, KIA left all the usual bells and whistles at home to focus entirely on their new cars, the new designs and Kia's unique 7 year warranty.
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The Hornbach Hammer

Heimat, Berlin
Issue 32 | September 2014

Most people own at least one hammer, it's THE symbol for DIY.
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Uncensored Articles Made In China

mortierbrigade
Issue 32 | September 2014

May 3rd was International Press Freedom day. While people in the West take press freedom for granted, in China, for example, there was no press freedom to speak of.
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#AudiA3Exchange

OgilvyOne Cape Town
Issue 31 | June 2014

Create awareness about the launch of the Audi A3 Sportback amongst a 30-40yr Internet savvy audience.
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Embers of Empathy

George Patterson Y&R
Issue 31 | June 2014

October 2013 saw yet another spate of bushfires across New South Wales.
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EmotionScan

Colenso BBDO
Issue 31 | June 2014

The Bank of New Zealand's ambition was to help all New Zealanders be good with money.
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It's Feeding Time

George Patterson Y&R
Issue 31 | June 2014

One of the most popular football codes in Australia is Rugby League. And one of the most popular teams are the Cronulla Sharks.
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Life Without Trees

MRM Stockholm
Issue 31 | June 2014

During the winter 2013/14 the Swedish organisation Vi Agroforestry decided to cut down the trees in Sweden's most famous parks.
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Power Suit

Whybin\TBWA Sydney
Issue 31 | June 2014

In Australia, the suit market was dominated by global brands that aggressively promoted their international prestige. As a local company, M.J.
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Raasuk - Diversion

Leo Burnett Beirut
Issue 31 | June 2014

In a time of turmoil in the Middle East, anodyne Arab music did not reflect the real situation in the region.
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Smallest Demonstration Against Unemployment

Ogilvy Group Brussels
Issue 31 | June 2014

The European Parliament was organising a TEDx-like conference in Paris on October 15th about 'Perspectives on employment in Europe: innovation and education', with a limited number of seats available.
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The Campaign Google Couldn’t eadRay

Wunderman London
Issue 31 | June 2014

Microsoft's Outlook.com (the new Hotmail) had the same market share as Google's Gmail.
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The Ecoist

serviceplan
Issue 31 | June 2014

At the end of 2013, BMW launched the BMW i3, an innovative electric vehicle, which also lived up to the BMW brand promise of driving pleasure and quality.
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Whatever Happens Integrated Campaign

Energy BBDO/BBDO New York
Issue 31 | June 2014

Bud Light was going through a bit of an identity crisis. The brand had been slowly falling out of cultural relevance, especially with young consumers aged 21 to 30.
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Dummy

WMcCann
Issue 30 | March 2014

Following on from the “Want to know? Estadão” positioning, created in 2012 by WMcCann, O Estado de S. Paulo newspaper introduces a corporate campaign
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From One Second to the Next

BBDO New York
Issue 30 | March 2014

Over 100,000 crashes a year involve drivers who are texting.
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Hoping

WMcCann
Issue 30 | March 2014

The relentless of children's honesty and frankness, expressed through kids' selfish wishes, is the theme of Bradesco's holiday campaign created by WMcCann.
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If Only For A Second

Leo Burnett France
Issue 30 | March 2014

The Mimi Foundation was established to improve the quality of life of cancer patients with help-centres in the oncology departments of hospitals in Belgium, France and Switzerland.
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Milka Last Square

Buzzman
Issue 30 | March 2014

In 2013, Mondelez asked to Buzzman to find a new way to express the brand's message "Dare to be tender".
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The Visual Gift Box

RAPP UK Ltd
Issue 30 | March 2014

Spending time in hospital can be an unsettling and daunting experience for a child, even more so at Christmas, when they should be having fun somewhere else.
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Always Something Brewing

Saatchi & Saatchi, Auckland
Issue 29 | December 2013

Tui was New Zealand's most popular mainstream beer, liked for its hardcase ads and cheeky attitude.
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Buy The Sky

Havas Worldwide, Sydney
Issue 29 | December 2013

The Royal Flying Doctor Service was Australia's largest and most comprehensive aeromedical and healthcare organisation.
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Enjoy your privacy

Leo Burnett Chicago
Issue 29 | December 2013

With each new device and social media platform, personal information became more accessible to hackers and eavesdropping software.
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KBC – The Talk Halfway

TBWA Belgium
Issue 29 | December 2013

For people still some twenty years off retirement, the sad fact was that their pension provisions were unlikely to be enough to help them maintain their living standards in retirement.
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Simpler World

Engine, Creative led by Partners Andrews Aldridge
Issue 29 | December 2013

The new Current Account Switch service, spearheaded by the Payments Council and delivered by 33 bank and building society brands, is designed to help consumers, small charities and small businesses make switching current account from one provider to another simpler, reliable and hassle-free.
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V Battle Carts

Colenso BBDO
Issue 29 | December 2013

Frucor Beverages' V Energy was launched in New Zealand in 1997 and has become the leading energy drink in the country with over 60% of market share.
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Measure of Pleasure

OgilvyOne London
Issue 28 | September 2013

Newcomer brand Beyond Dark wanted a bigger bite of the UK’s dark chocolate market. The strategy was to try to make their little drops famous for ‘pleasure’.
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Noiseboard

M&C Saatchi Group, Sydney
Issue 28 | September 2013

Noise International is a sound studio based in Sydney.
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Pay With A Kiss

Lavender Sydney
Issue 28 | September 2013

Metro St James was a new café in central Sydney. In a ferociously competitive market, they needed an idea that would differentiate them from all the other coffee bars and help them build brand equity. Though they said they wanted a big idea, the budget was small.
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