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This case study describes how Toyota, the car maker, motivated staff in Toyota Centres across the UK in order to increase local marketing activity before the launch of a new model.

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This case study describes how Renault, the car maker, launched a new 4x4 model into a highly competitive market in the UK using a targeted CRM programme.

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This case study details how Volkswagen, a car manufacturer, sold its 2015 Volkswagen Golf Sportswagon in Canada with its Where's Sportswagon? campaign.

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This case study describes how in Germany Daimler AG stimulated interest in an ageing model of smart car boosting sales by highlighting its shortcomings.

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This case study explains how Nissan used a masculine ad campaign to improve Canadians' opinion of its Rogue model and, in particular, its off-road capabilities.

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This case study describes how Japanese automotive company Mazda promoted its supermini car Mazda2 in New Zealand.

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This case study describes how Adam Opel AG, a car manufacturer, promoted its Opel (Urban City Car) to people that perceived themselves to be in the creative elite in Germany and Italy.

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This case study describes the 2012 official launch of the Mercedes-Benz marque, the smart, in the Ukrainian car market.

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This case describes the UK launch of the Audi A1, which represented the first time a prestige car brand had produced a small car.

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Nissan, the automotive brand owner, wanted to grow in the small car segment with a new model, the Juke, whilst simultaneously maintaining sales of its Qashqai and Micra brands.

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Despite strong performance attributes, the Kia Rio model - part of the Hyundai group's stable of cars - lacked a strong brand image that could help it connect with consumers in their 30s.

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Volkswagen was a relatively unknown automotive brand in India with awareness of only 22%. But for the launch of its flagship Polo supermini model into the highly competitive hatchback segment, it was seeking an awareness of 40% and an ambitious sales target of 14,000 units.

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Mercedes-Benz in China faced a challenge in selling its Smart car. Several campaigns had resulted in high awareness and customer inquiries but these did not convert to sales.

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The goal for the Tata Nano was to sell the world's cheapest car (without compromising on safety, quality and environment) to the lower- and middle-income segments in India.

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The Audi A1 was launched in Ireland in October 2010, with the motor industry still struggling in the economic downturn.

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Nissan, the automaker, wanted to market their new Juke model to a younger, edgier male audience in the UK who perceived Nissan to be a marque for older people.

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The Nissan Micra has the reputation in the UK of being a reliable and uncomplicated small car, and thus attracts a loyal clientele.

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A new concept car from Fiat, the Mio ("mine"), was launched in Brazil with this campaign. Fiat was the market leader in Brazil, and wished to innovate to maintain its position; Brazil, as a fast-growing economy, had become a priority for global car brands.

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Car manufacturer Audi wanted to promote the launch of its first prestigious small car, Audi A1, to young urban adults across Europe.

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As part of smart's 'The art of being smart' communications platform, Mercedes-Benz China was looking for an innovative and exciting way to stimulate sales of the smart microcar brand towards the end of 2010.

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In 2010, MINI was faced with a dramatically repressed market and no new product news. Our task was to create a campaign that would drive deep engagement around the strategy that MINI was a feisty way to move through an increasingly serious world.

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This campaign, which won Gold at the 2011 CASSIES, employed smart storytelling in a restrictive regulatory environment.

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The automotive market in the Irish Republic was struggling and had seen total sales decline by 62.6% year on year.

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Daimler smart fortwo was promoted in 2009 as the perfect car for city dwellers in 6 European countries including Germany, Spain and France.

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The curious company, San Francisco helped the MINI brand when its hype and momentum was stalling through the use of PowerGames.