Media Innovation - New Channel Creation
This award showcases those who had the insight and creativity to create a new media channel to effectively grab their audience and effectively engage with them.
"In November 2015, after Brussels was linked to the terrorist attacks in Paris, the international media portrayed Brussels as ‘the capital of terrorism’ and many tourists cancelled their trip. Visit Brussels, the Brussels tourism board, wanted to change this negative perception. Trough an orignal display 'online/real life' we create the possibility to call locals to ask them in live ""how is life in Brussels?"". The effects of the campaign really exceeded the expectations. The hastag #CallBrussels was used all over the world and 12,688 calls were made from 154 countries."
Brand: Visit Brussels
Client: Visit Brussels
Pay for Peaceful Sleep
Pay for Peaceful Sleep is the case showing how to creatively solve the problem of decreasing donation for ATO zone army needs caused by the ignorance to the war arising among Ukrainians. As the idea foresaw a very peculiar way to use both application developed under it and the media materials, campaign realization required little investment. Yet, as the result, not only did the Fund slowed down the decrease in donations, but also received a new tool for raising funds.
Brand: Charitable foundation “Come Back Alive”
Client: Charitable foundation “Come Back Alive”
Agency: AGAMA Digital Group/Liquid7
Free Beer Forever
Consumers increasingly frequently use social media to find how and where to spend their leisure time. That’s why it was necessary to develop an advertising campaign to create a stir around Beer Point in the Internet. Using the hottest news – visa-free travel for Ukrainians – we’ve advertised the Kyiv pub in Belgium. This has made Beer Point popular among the members of the European Parliament. The viral effect has created a stir in social media and made the pub well-known in Ukraine.
Brand: Beer Point
Client: Beer Point