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Richard Branson
Sir Richard Charles Nicholas Branson (born 18 July 1950 in Blackheath, London, England, United Kingdom) is an English businessman and investor. He is best known as the founder of Virgin Group, which comprises more than 400 companies. At the age of sixteen his first BUSINESS venture was a magazine called Student. In 1970, he set up a mail-order record business. In 1972, he opened a chain of recor ...
Seth Godin
Born in Mount Vernon, New York, Godin received his high school diploma from Williamsville East High School in 1978 before graduating from Tufts University with a degree in computer science and philosophy. Godin attended Camp Arowhon, where he was a valued canoe instructor. He still frequents the camp to tell ghost stories. Godin often refers to his camp days in his writings. Godin earned his MBA i ...
Fearless girl
In honor of International Women’s Day 2017, we partnered with State Street Global Advisors to introduce the Fearless Girl to the world -- a statue of a daring young girl, standing strong on Wall Street. Why? Because companies with women in leadership perform better. The Fearless Girl was dropped on Wall Street in the middle of the night and became a global phenomenon within 24 hours. (.( https://w ...
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Visual Dictionary App
Visual Dictionary App An App that turns our everyday surroundings into a powerful learning tool. 
It offers the English name of any object and then syncs with the Cambridge dictionary to provide the user with the respective meaning and pronunciation. 
Now students can snap a picture and improve their vocabulary instantly. (http://grey.com)   Reference:http://www.visual ...
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You Read, They Learn
You Read, They Learn This case study outlines how Lowe Lintas and Hindustan Times launched a campaign to help tackle the problem of low levels of child literacy in India. They turned and edition of the second biggest selling English daily newspaper into a printed text book that people could cut out and give to a poor child who wouldn't otherwise have access to text books. In addition, for each c ...
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Facebook 1914
  Facebook 1914 At a time when more than 24 million French people tell their daily lives through their facebook statuses, imagine what those same users, plunged suddenly in the din of the twentieth century would have had to tell whether the social network had existed in 1914.  That's the whole idea of "Operation Facebook in 1914" for the Museum of the Great War of the Pays de Meaux.& ...
Phubbing: A Word is Born
  Phubbing: A Word is Born The word ‘Phubbing’, coined to describe the uniquely 21st century phenomenon of ignoring the person in front of you in favour of your phone, has reached more than 300 million people and sparked global discussion around mobile phone etiquette. The film is the culmination of a journey that began at 4.22pm on 22 May 2012 at the University of Sydney, when a team of  ...
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Know Your English
British Council Singapore's 'Know Your English' campaign The 'Know your English’ banner tracks the user’s natural web usage behavior of highlighting a peculiar word when reading online. By observing beyond its allocated media space, the banner is able keep up with the user’s reading activities, refresh itself in real-time and reveal the meaning behind the respective word. It also provides audi ...
The Autocomplete Truth
The Autocomplete Truth: Kick-starting a modern conversation on gender equality The campaign reveals for the first time the shocking results about women, which initiated people to join a global discussion on gender equality through our campaign hashtag (#womenshould). We then expanded the conversation through an online film, which contrasts the milestones of women over the last century with today ...
COORDOWN - DEAR FUTURE MOM
COORDOWN - DEAR FUTURE MOM case study Il tema scelto è il diritto alla felicità e al benessere delle persone con sindrome di Down. L'obiettivo è quello di promuovere una cultura della diversità e una vera integrazione nella società, in particolar modo nel mondo della scuola e del lavoro. La campagna prende spunto da un’email che una futura mamma, in attesa di un figlio con sindrome di Dow ...
COLGATE PALMOLIVE
COLGATE PALMOLIVE - CAVITIES ATTACK AT NIGHT Targeting primary school children with very little or zero access to traditional or digital media, the creative idea led to a set of classroom posters that explained the importance of good oral health and how to achieve it.  With the Colgate distribution network growing into the deepest pockets of the country, it was decided to actually print th ...
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Vroom Ring Boom
Vroom Ring Boom, Case Study, Cannes Lions 2014 Claro create Vroom Ring Boom, a catchy new song that children can sing to remind their parents not to use a cell phone when driving. The message is simple and direct – texting or calling while driving is dangerous. The campaign was so successful, Vroom Ring Boom will now be included in the Guatemalan Ministry of Education’s national curriculum. (htt ...
John Lewis
John Lewis: Bear & Hare Integrated Campaign The new John Lewis seasonal ad campaign, which has become a landmark media event in recent years, takes in television, social media, soft toys, in-store events and even a mini manmade forest on the banks of the Thames. (http://www.theguardian.com/)
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Micromax Canvas 3D
Case:Silver in DisplayCategory-Micromax Canvas 3D  
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Simple Harmony
Simple Harmony What if people, earth, and industry were living in simple harmony? Get ready to charge, feed and clean to learn about all sorts of cool GE innovations that are making the world a better place. (https://www.youtube.com/)  
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Save the Troy Library
Save the Troy Library "Adventures In Reverse Psychology" Troy, Michigan, couldn’t afford to sustain its library, so it scheduled a vote for a tax increase. A strong antitax group waged a dominating campaign against it. Forming our own political group, we posted signs around town that said, “Vote to close Troy library Aug. 2, book burning party Aug. 5.” We drove voters to our Facebook page, addin ...
DDB Mudra's campaign for 'Aarambh'
Cannes Lions 2013: DDB Mudra's campaign for 'Aarambh' This campaign is a good example of a integration in a different way. Not typically through their use of marketing channels but through what it is actually portraying. This advert is an example of product design as well as a campaign to help school children, in less economically developed countries, have sufficient equipment and supplies for t ...
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Polish Language is A-E
Polish Language is Ą-Ę | case study Language campaign for Polish Academy of Science. (https://www.youtube.com/)  
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Eichborn Fliegenbanner.
Eichborn Fliegenbanner auf der Frankfurter Buchmesse.
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Cubo di Rubik
Il cubo di Rubik o cubo magico (Rubik-kocka in ungherese) è un celebre rompicapo (in particolare un twisty puzzle) inventato dal professore di architettura e scultore ungherese Ernő Rubik nel 1974. Chiamato originariamente Magic Cube (Cubo magico) dal suo inventore, il rompicapo fu rinominato in Rubik's Cube (Cubo di Rubik) dalla Ideal Toys nel 1980 e nello stesso anno vinse un premio speciale d ...