SYDNEY: A recruitment campaign for the Australian Defence Force has won the Grand Effie in the 2018 Effie Awards Australia, while the award for the year’s most effective advertiser went to the supermarket Aldi.
NEW YORK: The US Army will implement “more stringent oversight” of its marketing spend after an internal audit concluded that tens of millions of dollars had been wasted on marketing initiatives in the fiscal year 2016.
LONDON: Recruitment advertising for the British Army came in for a blast of criticism last month, but its creators have argued the need to look beyond the “18-30 holiday with helicopters and guns” approach if challenging targets are to ...
Matthew Waksman and Nick Terry, Account Planning Group - (UK), 2017
British Army Recruitment turned around a dangerous recruitment shortfall and helped safeguard national security with its 'This is Belonging' campaign which convinced more of the British public that they belong in the army.
The Counter Terrorism Police in the UK produced its ACT campaign, to encourage members of the British public to report information to help the counter terrorism effort, by producing podcasts to highlight the importance of taking action.
SABRE Awards, Winner, LATAM, Public Sector Government and Reputation Management, 2017
The National Emergency Office (ONEMI), a government agency dedicated to the prevention and coordination of natural disasters, managed to turn around its declining public perception in Chile by deploying a positive PR campaign.
Claire Spencer, Paul Baines and Sharon Holmes, Admap, May 2017, pp. 27-29
This article presents the City of London Police's new policing strategy - Project Servator - as a way of designing a social marketing campaign that uses a partnership approach with the local community that is replicable across different global locales.
SickKids Foundation, a children's health research organisation, launched a campaign that successfully increased donations and Canadian male-audience engagement by repositioning its brand as a fighting ally against disease.