Quick Service, casual dining, mid-scale, white table cloth and other restaurants.
Share in the spirit of Ramadan with McDonald's
Whilst most avoid the potential backlash of culturally-insensitive advertising during Ramadan, McDonald’s simply couldn’t. Not when it repeatedly impacts our bottom-line. Instead of fighting a month of self-restraint with food-romance, we crafted a gripping narrative. This Ramadan, McDonald’s became the vehicle for all to share in the spirit of the holy month. Featuring the “Happy Sharing Box”, we showed how a simple act of sharing elevates Ramadan from being about connections amongst Muslims to connections amongst Singaporeans. And in sharing we too received: 11.5% increased sales, 20% increase on McDelivery.
Brand: McDonald's Singapore
Client: Hanbaobao Pte Ltd
Agency: DDB Group Singapore
KFC Brand Turnaround
In competing for Singaporeans’ share of attention and stomach, KFC was outgunned by McDonald’s in terms of media spend, share of voice and store count. With nothing else to turn to, we leveraged the power of brand and created a distinct attitude for KFC that gave people permission to unapologetically indulge in fast-food. All of KFC communications were transformed to come with an extra serving of attitude that captured the KFC brand, reversing yearly sales decline and increasing market share for the first time since 2015.
Brand: Kentucky Fried Chicken
Client: Kentucky Fried Chicken Management Pte. Ltd.
Agency: Ogilvy Singapore
Big Mac x Bacon Collaboration
We used the return of the Big Mac Bacon as an opportunity to make McDonald’s a more attractive brand to one of their most allusive audiences - Young Canadians. To attract these young trendsetters we created a collaboration between the Big Mac and Bacon, designing the entire campaign to look like an exclusive album drop.
Brand: McDonald's Restaurants of Canada Ltd.
Client: McDonald's Restaurants of Canada Limited