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Leo Burnett Beirut

Issue 59 | June 2021

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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Product launch

Pereira & O’Dell
Issue 28 | September 2013

The agency was tasked with introducing a premium olive oil which would appeal to chefs, food buyers and foodies who knew the value of the very highest quality extra virgin olive oils.
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Stolen Phone Tour

EnergyBBDO Shanghai
Issue 28 | September 2013

There are many sources for people to find things to see and do in Shanghai but Time Out goes deeper than others, to reveal the hidden gems of the city.
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Throw Another Steak on the barbie

BMF
Issue 28 | September 2013

Rather than barbecue steak, Australians were starting to grill seafood and chicken in summer.
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Why wait until it’s too late?

Ogilvy & Mather Amsterdam
Issue 28 | September 2013

The Funeral Insurance Company DELA was a co-operative of three million members. Its heritage was as a company which not only believed in a dignified farewell for everyone but in people being there for each other.
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A barrel of Maes for everyone named Maes

TBWA Belgium
Issue 27 | June 2013

Maes was Belgium’s No.2 selling beer but was being outsold by the market leader by 4:1.
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And the world stood still

Partners Andrews Aldridge
Issue 27 | June 2013

The Wraith was the most powerful and technologically-advanced Rolls-Royce ever. Rolls-Royce wanted a launch campaign that was equally breathtaking. An experience filled with firsts, which challenged perceptions, pushed boundaries and took them into new territory.
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Be good with money

Colenso BBDO/Proximity New Zealand
Issue 27 | June 2013

Bank of New Zealand was one of New Zealand’s ‘big’ four banks.
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CataCombo Sound System

Akestam Holst
Issue 27 | June 2013

Pause was a hi-fi and ‘custom sound systems’ store in Stockholm owned by Fredrik Helmquist.
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Friendship Experiment

Ogilvy & Mather Shanghai
Issue 27 | June 2013

China’s skyrocketing growth in recent years had led to mass migration to the big cities. As a result, people had become colder and more indifferent towards each other.
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Hashtag Killer

DDB NY
Issue 27 | June 2013

WATERisLIFE is a charity dedicated to providing ‘clean water to those in need’. The ‘Hashtag Killer’ campaign set to the ironic #FirstWorldProblems meme in which the privileged middle-classes tweeted about the hazards of everyday life.
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Mariachi Doritos

AMVBBDO
Issue 27 | June 2013

For a period of five years, Doritos had seen significant success targeting a youthful audience of 16-24 socially active snack consumers. But in order to continue growing the brand, Doritos had to engage a new consumer base of 25-44 year olds.
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Super Message SIC

A-Tono
Issue 27 | June 2013

San Carlo is a chips and snacks company that holds the biggest market share in Italy. In 2012 they didn’t have a social network presence so we suggested to enter this arena in a consistent way, that would have done good both to the company awareness and to someone in need.
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Work for Will

BBDO Atlanta
Issue 27 | June 2013

AT&T wanted to launch the Nokia Lumia 920, a new Windows 8 Phone.
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6.05 Experiential Space

JWT Beirut
Issue 26 | March 2013

In a recessive market, where growth was mainly driven by a naturally demanding and easily bored youth, depechemode wanted to make sure they came up with a fresh and engaging concept that would constantly renew itself.
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Daybreak

BBDO New York
Issue 26 | March 2013

AT&T was responsible for some of the advanced technologies that were making people’s lives better. But people still thought of them as just a phone company. AT&T wanted them to change that.
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Demand Equal Pay

DDB Group New Zealand / Rapp Tribal
Issue 26 | March 2013

On average, women in New Zealand are paid 10% less for doing the same job as men
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In my new world

JWT Beirut
Issue 26 | March 2013

MTC Touch is the leading mobile operator in Lebanon with over 2 million subscribers. So, when they wanted to rebrand themselves from MTC Touch to Touch, we turned to our subscribers to create the campaign.
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Recipeace - Peace Day - White Pencil Competition

Leo Burnett Chicago
Issue 26 | March 2013

Peace One Day had created International Peace Day, a day devoted to strengthening the ideals of peace within and among all nations and peoples. However, since its inception in 2001, the day had not gained momentum or captivated an audience.
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Subsidio

Ogilvy Design, Lisbon
Issue 26 | March 2013

In Portugal, nearly all public and private sector employees receive an extra month’s salary in the summer and Christmas holidays. This is called subsídio. One of the first measures the government took when the economic crisis began to bite was to do away with these extra payments.
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We Are David Bailey

Cheil UK
Issue 26 | March 2013

When Samsung launched its range of NX Smart cameras, the market for compact system cameras was dominated by Pentax, Nikon and Panasonic.
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Honesty should not go unrewarded

Clemenger BBDO Melbourne
Issue 25 | December 2012

For two years, NAB had been championing fairer banking for Australians. In fact NAB was the only bank to centre their whole business around giving their customers a better deal.
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