By Katie Richards, Adweek, October 24, 2016 – In late September , J. Walter Thompson’s innovation think tank, JWT Intelligence, took some of its proprietary data on the habits of millennial and Gen Z women and decided that rather than publishing another study bogged down by numbers and graphs, it would present the information in a way that more brands and consumers could actually understand—in a women’s print magazine.
“So often when you’re presenting trends, it can seem somewhat intangible and quite often brands will come to us and say, ‘What should I do with this data?'” said Lucie Greene, worldwide director of the Innovation Group at JWT. Greene’s team created the magazine, titled Glass, mainly to present current and potential clients with digestible stories—from the benefits of co-working spaces to the evolving luxury landscape—that theoretically will help brands and the agency create more effective marketing campaigns.
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This ad made a splash globally beyond what was initially expected by the chain and adland. This was one of the Chipotle’s national TV spot. It was an animated video that was developed by CAA. It focused on a farmer change of heart where he changes from operating a huge industrialized farming to farming with increased humane and sustainable practices.
In this ad, Apple used one of the most basic templates that were used to showcase the attributes of Macs that the PCs lack on the commercial that ran for over three years. The ad entailed two comedians who made it simple for Apple to bring out their special and unique functions and level of security. The video was tailored to the country where the actors were selected. This campaign went viral as a result of its simplicity and was tailored to a specific country.
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Who: Fanta, brand of The Coca-Cola Company. What: Franta soft drink. Where and when: The advertising campaign was launched in Dubai in 2013 but then went overseas to all global offices of Ogilvy to reach those markets such as in the U.S. and Asia. Advertising agency: OgilvyOne Dubai.
The ad was featured in magazines and when you read the full content of the ad, you are told to rip a piece and taste it to get a sample of the new Fanta flavour. It was very successful as audiences kept sharing pieces of the ad with their friends so they could taste as it was very unique and clever in delivering the message.