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Laundry detergent OMO Ultimate was re-launched on the Australian market with a video-led campaign around mothers and kids.

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Face care brand Pond's managed to shift sales growth of its anti-aging line in the Philippines by partnering with a social and e-commerce platform.

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Multinational technology company IBM became America's #1 preferred IT vendor through a campaign that showed the potential of its cognitive system Watson.

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Under Armour, the sports apparel brand, used social media and content featuring six athletes to target American women aged 18-34.

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Mirinda, a PepsiCo beverage, ran an ethical campaign in India to drive a stronger association with its young customers.

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LONDON/NEW YORK: Digital and social have profoundly changed the way people shop for beauty products and the response of The Estée Lauder Companies has been to develop an extensive content marketing program for all its brands.

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Digital is changing the way people shop for beauty products, as influencers and social wield increasing clout.

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LOS ANGELES: TOMS, the footwear and accessories brand, is tapping marketing resources such as digital data and “micro-influencers” as it endeavors to reach young consumers and niche audiences.

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TOMS, a socially-conscious shoe manufacturer, faced the challenge of forging a connection with younger buyers while retaining its core millennial audience.

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CHICAGO: Marriott International, the hotels and hospitality company, is leveraging social media throughout the customer journey as it seeks to maximise the returns from this unique channel.

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Marriott, the world’s largest hospitality chain, is using social analytics to gain a granular perspective on the impact of its messaging through this vital channel.

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Suzuki Cars UK achieved sales growth and brand recognition partnering with ITV's Saturday Night Show.

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IBM, the computer manufacturing company, demonstrated its AI platform, Watson, by making it Wimbledon's first AI tennis expert.

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Car brand Land Rover used its sponsorship of Ben Ainslie Racing in the America's Cup to shift perceptions and drive interest in the new Discovery.

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Cadbury, a British multinational confectionery company, drove desirability and urgency to purchase its creme egg product in the UK by inventing a whole new season: Cadbury Creme Egg Hunting Season.

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Bodyform, the feminine hygiene brand, built an emotional connection with women in the UK aged 18-24 by urging them to not allow blood to hold them back.

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IBM, an American multinational technology company, used a sense-and-respond system to identify customer pain-points in record speed.

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Chocolate brand M&M's® used sponsorship of Game of Thrones and amusing posts on social media to increase sales in Brazil.

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giffgaff, a mobile network operator, created an avoidable campaign in the UK in order to improve brand sentiment and consideration.

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Facebook, a social networking service, created a beauty advertisers tooklit to help brands identify the effect of mobiles on UK shoppers.

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The Economist, a British magazine-style newspaper, created a cultural research programme using a longitudinal, multi-method approach, to gain an insight into peoples' perceptions during a trust crisis.

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IKEA, a multinational furniture brand, used Social Watching, an approach that utilises user-generated visual content, to gain insights into its brand equity.

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Royal National Theatre, a publicly funded performing arts venue in the UK, used OOH, digital and search behaviour to secure the future of its theatre and better engage with its consumers.

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Lynx, a deodorant brand, created a short video series in the UK to discuss modern masculinity and regain its relevance among young men.

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The British Army used tagging technology, machine learning and AI to change its communication strategy and successfully increase applications among different target groups across the UK.