It’s International Women’s Day – and individuals and organisations around the world are celebrating the achievements and progress made in gender equality, and the work that still needs to be done.
In honour of this, we thought we’d highlight some of the best campaigns we’ve seen around this year’s #IWD. Many of the ads you will recognise, like the return of the awesome #ThisGirlCan campaign, but there’s also welcome surprises from Benetton, Western Union and more.
Vodafone: Connected She Can
International Women’s Day is here and, along with the moving tributes, political stances and inevitable Twitter jokes, there is always the curious question of what brands ought to do on a day like this.
Different brands have responded to this question in different ways. For its International Women’s Day campaign Vodafone has released two ads – ‘Connect’, which is airing internationally, and ‘ReConnect’, aimed at the UK – both of which highlight the lives of women, struggling, triumphing and everything in between.
One of the most powerful ads launched in conjunction with this year’s International Women’s Day is P&G’s “#WeSeeEqual”.
The video, created by the agency behind the highly successful “#WomenNotObjects” campaign, tries to shatter traditional gender stereotypes using footage taken from user-generated videos partially sourced by Storyful.
It’s been a busy week in Adland, from the Oscars to brands gearing up for #InternationalWomensDay on March 8th – there’s a lot to keep up with.
Luckily, Unruly is here to help with our roundup of the best ads from the past 7 days.
Mobile World Congress used to be solely for smartphone unveilings and telco presentations, but over the years the trade show has grown into something much bigger.
This year was no exception, with talk of future tech, virtual reality, and connected devices filling the Barcelona streets all week. This switch in focus means the show is now even more unmissable for marketers – and video marketers in particular.
Article originally appeared in Campaign.
For a service which boasts an estimated 40 million users, Spotify has maintained a surprisingly low public profile in Adland.
This is particularly true when you compare the tech brand to its main competitors, whose preferred methods include big-budget campaigns and Justice League-style celebrity summits.
But this is no longer the case. Perhaps because competition in content-streaming is greater than ever, Spotify has entered the fray with a series of smart, catchy and, crucially, funny campaigns.
What do dogs made of kale, singing shrimps and poodle typecasting all have in common?
They’re all part of this week’s round-up of the best ads in AdLand, that’s what. In today’s column Nike, MailChimp, The Atlantic, the ACLU and McDonald’s all make the cut.
The Super Bowl may be over, but there’s still plenty to learn from 2017’s Big Game if advertisers want to score a touchdown next year.
This year’s batch of Super Bowl ads caused quite a stir, thanks to some openly political campaigns, and some very impressive stunts. In fact, Hyundai’s spot was such a success that it topped our Super Bowl Effectiveness Chart – attaining an EQ score of 6.1 and causing a strong emotional response in 62% of viewers.
Love was in the air in Adland this week, with Valentine’s Day ushering in a wave of romantic ads designed to tug at the heartstrings (see our roundup here).
But if you’re a bit tired of all the Cupids and love hearts, you’re in luck! Unruly is here to run you through some of the other best ads of the week.
While people eagerly await the 89th Academy Awards, Unruly takes a look at how studios can use private marketplaces to make their movies a smash-hit
Despite the Oscars celebrating the best of the best on the silver screen, our data has shown that movie trailers don’t always connect with viewers or drive big box office success.
So what can studios do to attract more buzz around their movie trailers? We’ve been working with a major movie studio to bring emotional intelligence to their video campaigns through our Emotional PMPs, which were launched in September.