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Antarctica, the beer brand, increased brand preference scores in Brazil with a two-season webseries addressing current and engaging topics through relatable characters.

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UK broadcaster Channel 4 covered and promoted the 2016 Rio Paralympics through an inspirational campaign.

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Iconic pen brand Bic devised a new and unconventional way for consumers to use up their 4 Colour Pens in Australia.

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This report examines current and future trends in the global video industry, including the evolution of linear television and online video services, and the implications for advertisers.

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Tide laundry detergent is a leading product in Procter & Gamble’s portfolio, and enjoys particular strength among multicultural audiences.

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Procter & Gamble, the consumer-packaged goods manufacturer, believes that shattering "myths" about multicultural marketing is vital to moving brands in the right direction.

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The Coca-Cola Co., the soft-drinks manufacturer, has used its affiliation with the FIFA World Cup soccer tournament to engage fans in various ways.

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Offers guidance on how to achieve a strong brand voice that will resonate with digital audiences, using examples from Nike, Red Bull, The Connaught hotel and the London Symphony Orchestra.

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Soft drink brand Coca-Cola used a multichannel approach and limited edition packaging to appeal to teens and boost sales in China during the Rio Olympics.

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ITC's Savlon used TV to reposition itself from underdog to serious title contender in the race to become India's leading health and hygiene player.

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Tea brand Tata Tea increased its market share in India by encouraging activism to build top of mind awareness.

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Beauty brand Dove built an online campaign around an old nursery rhyme to broaden the definition of beauty in the Indian market.

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Duchenne UK, a charity looking for a cure for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD), promoted its brand in the UK by marketing itself as a sports brand and developing a sporting identity.

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This case study shows how Samsung Australia, a technology brand, successfully increased its brand engagement and awareness by helping establish the Women's Netball team as role models.

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Jolly Rancher, a US candy brand, overturned a 4 year sales decline by rebranding its product and heavily relying on social listening and targeted content.

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Samsung, a technology brand, partnered with the comedian Jack Whitehall to introduce its 'Samsung School Of' campaign to help drive brand love in the UK.

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Beats by Dre, a headphones brand, successfully established itself in the global headphones market by pairing with sports to promote its product as a tool for victory.

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CHICAGO: Partnerships with organizations like the International Olympic Committee (IOC), NASCAR and the Professional Golfers’ Association (PGA) are helping the Dow Chemical Co.

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Dow Chemical is a sponsor of the Olympic Games, and has very specific goals for this partnership as a business-to-business marketer.

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This Company Profile from Euromonitor provides key details and analysis of LATAM Airlines Group SA, the owner of brands such as LAN Argentina, Air Class, and MasAir.

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Ideas are crucial to content and the best are sustainable ones that can outlast a particular campaign to communicate the brand on a long term basis.

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This article explores what 5G is, the impact it will have on advertisers and challenges that it faces.

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This case study looks at how Jolly Rancher, the American candy brand, transformed its strategy to go from an undesired brand to a sustained success.

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This case study explains how Under Armour, the American sportswear brand, advertised during the Olympic Games through its partnership with Michael Phelps even though it wasn't an Olympic sponsor.

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Explains the dangers of brands becoming too frictionless and explores ways in which marketers can generate friction without disrupting the customer experience.