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End Marmite Neglect
End Marmite Neglect In a bid to remind people to dig out their forgotten Marmite jars and put them on their kitchen tables again we launched the multi-media ‘Love it. Hate it. Just don't forget it.’ campaign. Featuring Marmite Rescue Teams around the country saving neglected jars of Marmite from people’s cupboards, the TV ad spoofed animal-rescue style documentaries and features a voiceover ...
2014 OPSM Penny The Pirate
2014 OPSM Penny The Pirate: Case Study OPSM is kicking off a campaign for parents to screen their children’s eyes at home with Penny the Pirate, an innovative free tablet app and book that combines storytelling with eye screening. Penny the Pirate combines clinical eye tests with the engaging story of a young girl on a quest to become captain of a pirate ship. Children interact with Pen ...
OBI "Renovated Billboards"
OBI "Renovated Billboards" OBI pushes ads for DIY stores beyond showing paint, saws or hammers by advertising more beautiful homes. On different run down houses, OBI renovates an area the size of an advertising billboard. (  
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Akanksha's Message Barter
Akanksha's Message Barter In India what do you do when you don't have money for advertising? You 'force' celebrities to campaign for you! Akanksha, an NGO, runs schools for underprivileged children and needed teachers. Ogilvy & Mather Mumbai tried an experiment called 'Message Barter' - with school children spreading a message for India's biggest celebrities and in return, they asked them to ...
Always #LikeAGirl
Always #LikeAGirl When did the phrase ‘like a girl’ become so negative? More than half of girls lose confidence during puberty – and a contributing factor to that drop are societal put-downs based solely on gender. Only 19 percent of women have a positive association with the expression ‘like a girl. The #LikeAGirl social experiment recruited real women, men, boys and pre-pubescent girls  ...