Global

Communication efforts eligible for this award must be for a single brand idea running across multiple countries.

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Land of quattro

The Land of quattro campaign is a declaration of love to the world's most beautiful countries from the world's most noted all-wheel drive system: Audi's iconic quattro technology. Demonstrating that quattro has particularly been developed for any given country's unique profile, the campaign hit a nerve with our target audience. During the campaign, both sales and installation rates of quattro increased significantly, and Audi climbed to the top spot in terms of share of premium sales.


Brand: AUDI AG
Client: AUDI AG
Agency: thjnk AG

evian Baby&Me

In 2009, the evian Rollerbabies became the most viewed ad ever on YouTube (certified by the The Guinness Book of Records), turning evian into an iconic digital brand. In 2013, the evian babies are back inviting each one to meet his inner baby through a delightful and engaging campaign: an entertaining and exhilarating film which sheds new light on the Youth benefit, in a more explicit and personal way; and a digital app that allows consumers to meet their inner baby and play with it in real life.


Brand: evian
Client: evian
Agency: BETC

Febreze Global Azerbaijani Olympics Campaign

Starting with the London 2012 Summer Olympic Games, Procter & Gamble announced it would sponsor the Olympics for the next 10 years. Febreze took this opportunity to truly show up as a global brand and debut its odor eliminating power on this world stage. To create a campaign that would stand out among all the other Olympic advertising, Febreze decided to forge a unique sponsorship of the Azerbaijani Wrestling Team to demonstrate to moms how Febreze can take on even the toughest sports odors.


Brand: Febreze
Client: Procter & Gamble
Agency: Grey

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