NEW YORK: Pi-hole, a free, open-source software package for the Raspberry Pi basic computer, enables users to block ads and halt trackers across an entire network, potentially creating “a black hole for internet advertisements”.
SABRE Awards, North America, Technology: Hardware, 2018
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), an IT, technology & enterprise company, launched a global educational campaign on the technology required to complete a mission to Mars, in order to improve brand perception.
Brooke Hemphill, Event Reports, Programmatic Summit, March 2018
Lenovo, the electronics giant, brought its programmatic operation in-house to exert more control over its media, but then reverted back to a “hybrid”-managed model to focus more on its core function – selling PCs.
Euromonitor Strategy Briefings, July 2017
This report provides an overview of the global consumer electronics industry, including the current state of the market, leading companies and brands, as well as trends and forecasts of future developments.
Winnie Chan and Kotaro Nakano, WARC Media Awards, Effective use of partnerships and sponsorships, 2016
This case study discusses a business-to-business campaign for Dell, the computer maker, in Japan that highlighted security risks via a survey and a white paper featuring advice on how IT professionals could overcome these risks.
Jay Chiat Strategic Excellence Awards, Silver, 2016
This case study describes how Microsoft, a US software and tech giant, gave girls role models and raised awareness of the significant contribution of women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) by celebrating all things that are 'Woman Made'.
SABRE Awards, Gold, EMEA, Trade show, 2016
Lenovo, a tech company, launched its new image and range of products through a pre-show event in Germany, which enabled fans and media to experience the brand's new immersive product development attitude.
Mel Gray, Brian Sherwell, David Chriswick, WARC Awards, Grand Prix and Partnership Special Award, Best Use of Brand Purpose, 2017
This case study describes how US appliances manufacturer Whirlpool built on its Every day, care campaign to create the Care Counts programme, which installed washers and dryers in schools to give disadvantaged students access to laundry facilities to boost attendance rates.