Media Innovation - Existing Channels

This award showcases those who have the insight and creativity to change the way a particular media channel is consumed. 



A marketing campaign based on the sleep-scene for Sulwhasoo

Brand: Sulwhasoo
Client: Sulwhasoo
Agency: Xiaomi
Language: Mandarin

Releasing A Love Story that Sells Itself

After returning Extra to growth on the strength of one heartwarming ad, "Origami", there was still doubt about whether an emotional approach was viable for gum. Was it a one-hit-wonder, or the beginning of something more? It was a critical question for Wrigley, as Extra was its largest growth brand. We responded by creating a short film that quickly became one of 2016's most celebrated love stories.With this film at the heart of our communications, we more than quadrupled Extras growth rate, even as the category declined.  

Brand: Extra Gum
Client: Mars/Wrigley
Agency: Energy BBDO
Language: English


How do you get a young audience focused on the Kardashians to embrace their humanity as global citizens and to care about crises half a world away? To tackle this, we built the worlds first tool enabling people to donate their social newsfeeds for a day, posting reports from the field. We partnered with influential social celebrities to launch #ShareHumanity and encourage their followings to give a voice to the voiceless. Through a network effect, we shared thousands of crisis posts, getting the word out about World Humanitarian Day, driving Millennial support and press coverage for the cause.

Brand: United Nations OCHA
Client: United Nations OCHA
Agency: Ogilvy & Mather
Language: English

2020_me_2020_e-4838-615_hero_1 Burger King Twitter Bait
2019_me_2019_e-3602-494_hero_1 The Home Depot Built-In Pins
2019_me_2019_e-4360-482_hero_1 Spotify David Bowie is Here

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