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Tag: Prize:Australian Effie
Myer 6sec Sale
Working with Google and Clemenger BBDO Melbourne, Myer has today launched an online six second version of its Stocktake Sale.  Running exclusively on YouTube, the '6 Second Sale' campaign features over 100 special deals with discounts greater than those available in Myer stores or on Myer.com.au - the catch is that customers will only have six seconds to click on a YouTube bumper ad or miss t ...
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Hello in Elephant
For World Elephant Day, whiteGREY Australia partnered with the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust and ElephantVoices, for the first time allowing human words and emotions to be translated into elephant calls. ‘Hello in Elephant’ -  a website using voice recognition technology, as well as input for text and emoji, to translate messages into the Elephant Language, so their voice can be shared  ...
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Premmie Proud
They helped the families of premmie babies transform their approach to sharing the good news. (http://www.bwmdentsu.com)  
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Visit Victoria
A way to visit Victoria from a different perspective. (https://www.visitmelbourne.com)
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#RedefineWomen
We created #RedefineWomen – a social movement that appealed to Google to update their definitions. Within a week, Google: define began to change their meanings to define words, not women. (http://hosthavas.com)  
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Stop It At The Start
 The Australian Government has launched 'Let's Stop It At The Start' - a primary prevention campaign, jointly funded by all governments aimed at reducing violence against women in future generations. Violence against women doesn’t just start – it grows from a young age. This campaign seeks to get all Australians to recognise how their day-to-day behaviour could enable future violence to  ...
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TAL This Australian Life
The new campaign, created by BMF, signals a departure from how the category traditionally attempts to engage Australian consumers. Rather than playing on their fears, TAL hopes to make life insurance a well-understood and valuable part of people’s lives, by celebrating everything in life that is worth protecting.  The brand campaign is supported by TV followed up by strongly integrated, produ ...
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Vodka Cruiser TV
Vodka Cruiser, an iconic Australian brand, was leading the RTD market, despite it being a shrinking category. But it needed to convince the target audience of millennials to stop seeing Vodka Cruiser as a brand from their past, and start seeing it as a modern symbol of youthful confidence and dynamism. “VCTV” was the category’s first Facebook Live show in Australia. The collaboration between  ...
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Hahn Ultra
This is the story of the launch of Hahn Ultra. An ultra-low alcohol beer that had to simultaneously define a role for itself and the ultra-low alcohol category, amid declining beer sales, craft beer dominance and distribution challenges. (https://www.effies.com)  
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Hungerithm
Snickers took their quest to cure our 'hangriness' one step further with their 'Hungerithm' campaign. The campaign tapped into Australia's mood by monitoring what we're saying on the internet - and the angrier we all became, the lower the price of a Snickers bar at 7-Eleven stores. The campaign achieved a 15 per cent increase in year on year sales at 7-Eleven stores and also had over 30 million me ...
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Bloody Idiot
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Meet the Tinkletons
Every December, Aussies are force-fed cheesy American white Christmas movies; they sing carols about sleighbells and snow, and don Santa’s red jacket, white beard and big black boots, even though the mercury is sliding up to 40 degrees. And if that’s not enough, people from the North who have settled in Australia, constantly whinge that Christmas Down Under doesn’t feel like ‘real’ Christmas. ...
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How to drink properly
'How to Drink Properly’ aimed to make the ongoing trend of drinking to get drunk less socially acceptable among young drinkers, and to encourage those already drinking in safe and moderate ways to continue to do so. The campaign targets 18 to 24 year olds, challenging them to ‘stay classy’ by moderating the intensity and frequency of their drinking. The campaign provides advice and tips that  ...
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NAB Break up
NAB_ Break up National Austrialian Bank   Australians have always believed their four biggest banks, Commonwealth, ANZ, Westapc and NAB, work together fixing fees and eliminating competition. This perceived collusion goes to the heart of the well worn catchcry “All banks are bastards” or at the very least seeing them as out of touch and arrogant. NAB, like the other banks, needed to add ...