SABRE Awards, Diamond, APAC, Superior Achievement in Research and Planning, 2018
Daiwa House, a leading house builder in Japan, addressed housework inequality through a combination of home design and a targeted campaign combining surveys, online content and offline events to stimulate a nationwide conversation about "nameless chores".
SINGAPORE: PropertyGuru, the Singapore-based real estate site, claims to have increased its media effectiveness by almost one third through the adoption of a continuous measurement approach to brand equity.
Direct Marketing Association - US, Runner Up, Business Products and Services, 2017
e-bolighandel, a digital platform where banks, real estate agents and lawyers co-operate on the sale of real estate, convinced lawyers in Denmark to sign up for the solution by sending them return mail showing them the real estate market has moved.
Luke Brown, Angela Smith and Adam Shar, WARC Media Awards, Grand Prix and Special Award for Data-Driven Insight, Best Use of Data, 2016
This case study shows how Australian swimming pool builder, Narellan Pools, accelerated business growth by using Big Data to target customers at the precise times they were most likely to buy a pool, with creative focused on the "first dive in moment", identified as a powerful motivator in buying.
This case study describes how the property company AMF Fastigheter in Stockholm attracted tenants for the 62 000 m2 Urban Escape offices and justified some of the city's highest fees with the help of a pair of virtual reality goggles and a free app.
The Communications Council, Bronze, Australian Effie Awards, 2016
This case study describes a campaign from USG Boral, an Australian building supplies company that launched its new plasterboard product as a challenger by encouraging behaviour change in the target audience.