NEW YORK: Corporate social responsibility (CSR) efforts that make specific claims, receive external coverage and win awards can have a greater impact on consumers, according to a study published in the Journal of Advertising Research (JAR).
European Association of Communications Agencies, Finalist, 2017
Hornbach, a German DIY retailer, launched its brand in the world of e-commerce by creating DIY tutorials to reach younger audiences across Austria, the Czech Republic, Germany, the Netherlands and Switzerland.
This case study explores how Oetztal Tourismus, a range of hiking hotels in Austria, launched a ski pass in the local area of Soelden, which would be the first of its kind to have a built-in chip to make skiers locatable.
This case study explores how HORNBACH, the German DIY store, ran a campaign in several markets across Europe to emphasise how satisfying gardening and backyard projects can be, despite how 'uncomfortable' they may look.
This case study explores how HORNBACH, a German DIY store, launched a campaign centred around the idea that everyone needs a place to retreat, which ran in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Sweden, the Czech Republic and Slovenia.
Cannes Creative Lions, Creative Effectiveness Lions, 2016
This case study details a campaign by Samsung in Austria that attempted to create brand love through the 'Launching People' project that demonstrated its purpose: that tech can lead to great things in the hands of people.
European Association of Communications Agencies, Gold, Euro Effies, 2014
This case study describes how Hornbach Baumarkt, the German Hammer manufacturer, launched a limited addition 'must have' product that created such high demand that all the hammers sold out in three days in Germany and Austria.
Matthew Philip and Rachael Lake, Institute of Practitioners in Advertising, Silver, IPA Effectiveness Awards, 2018
Starbucks, a coffee company and coffeehouse chain, engaged with UK customers by launching a social media campaign across a number of years, which saw it make its cups an icon and launch a series of events.
John Sills, WARC Best Practice, April 2018
Explores the importance of customer experience in creating long-term sustainable success for organisations and how to systematically deliver an experience that is valuable for the customer and the business.