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Facebook FMCG case study: Flying KFC bucket takes off on Facebook

Restaurant chain KFC made its Flying Bucket stunt go viral with Facebook video ads, reaching millions of people throughout the United Arab Emirates in just one week at a cost per view 5X below benchmark.

29/10/2015  |  Full story...

Interactive digital case study: Coca Cola takes the social out of media and puts it back into life

Coca Cola has found the perfect solution to antisocial behaviour – the red cone of shame. The UAE has the world’s highest smartphone penetration, and a huge proportion of young people are constantly checking their phone. In order to remind everyone of the importance of real life human interactions Coca Cola has created a light-hearted campaign to help counter smartphone addiction and take the social out of media and put it back into life.

05/03/2015  |  Full story...

App case study: Emirates NBD promotes ‘impulse saving’ with Shake N’Save app

How do you make financial services appeal to the younger generation? This case study looks at how Emirates NBD used mobile app Shake N’Save combined with social media and video content to encourage savings among teens and potentially win over their custom for life.

17/02/2015  |  Full story...

Khaleej Times ‘banner that talks back’ boosts subscriptions

As social media and blogging sites pull readers away from traditional newspapers and their websites, one publisher decided to fight back with this clever banner campaign that highlights how opinions shared on social media aren't always reliable. The banner with an opinion on everything made one message clear: an educated opinion is based on fact. The banner had a 33% engagement rate and the newspaper increased its subscriptions by 1.6% as a result.

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Brand: Khaleej Times | Sector: Newspaper | Country: UAE | Objective: Build brand engagement, drive subscriptions | Format: Display advertising | Agency/ Partner: TBWA/RAAD Dubai

07/03/2013  |  Full story...

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