Kinder Surprise is heading back to TV screens with a delightful new ad that celebrates the power of children’s imaginations and how this simple yet iconic treat that children love can help create memorable and magical moments for grown ups too.
The charity Guide Dogs has teamed up with award-winning agency Don’t Panic and paralympian Libby Clegg to create a detailed soundscape film - one that lets the viewer experience what it might be like to grow up with sight loss and a burning ambition.
The inspiring short film helps the viewer understand the challenges faced by blind and partially sighted people and how, with the help of Guide Dogs, they can realise their dreams. The emphasis on the audio helps sighted individuals to understand what it might be like for blind and partially sighted people growing up. [more…]
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Biscuit maker McVitie’s has today announced the launch of a brand new advert to support its biggest product launch of the year – McVitie’s Digestives Nibbles.
A continuation of the McVitie’s sweeet campaign, the new advert sees the return of the McVitie’s Chocolate Digestives British Blue kittens - to bring to life the feeling you get when you eat a McVitie’s Digestives Nibble. [more…]
When the newest member of the family isn't so receptive of the family dog, the father takes notice and thinks of an idea to introduce the golden retriever to his newborn with the help of a stuffed lion doll. He searches for the item in mind on Amazon Prime and makes his order.
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The company has taken the category to the next level by specialising in car savings – simplifying its proposition by focusing solely on drivers, to champion consumer rights and road safety.
With an estimated combined revenue of £800m, the price comparison sector is one of the UK’s biggest advertisers, with a 12% increase in ad spend to £120m in 2015. A marketing war has led to diversification of products among the industry, including telecoms and energy savings. However, with over two thirds of consumers now researching an insurance product using a price comparison site, the sector faces a major challenge as consumers struggle to differentiate between them.
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