Corona Protect Paradise: BRAND social responsibility in action

Last week I stocked up on Corona for a gathering at home organised by one of my daughters, Chloé. And whilst putting the beers in the fridge, I noticed an on-pack promotion: Plastic Doesn’t [...]

The method in the mantras: keeping BBH’s culture strong for 37 years

Simple, memorable catchphrases or ‘mantras’ have played a key role in helping create and cultivate the brandgym’s culture. So I was fascinated to read Tom Roach’s article about how [...]

Building brilliant brand properties: inspiration from the women’s World Cup

Post by Jon Goldstone, Managing Partner (UK/Global) based in London. I’ve really enjoyed the women’s soccer World Cup (even though England just missed out on the final!). The quality of the [...]

Can Kapten capture share from Uber?

A email inviting me to sign up to a new car-booking called Kapten grabbed my attention this week. Kaptain is one of several new ‘insurgent’ brands launching in London this year looking to steal [...]

Secrets of successful six second ads

Digital video ad spending is exploding and forecast to double by 2022 (1). But 65% of people skip digital video adverts, rising to 84% for mobile video which account for c.45% of digital video ad [...]

Heck: a sizzling sausage success story

Post by Simon Gore, Managing Partner and our Head of Brand Identity & Naming. We love growth stories about sausage brands like Heck, the subject of this post, as they literally bring to life [...]

Mass OR targeted: which marketing is most effective?

Is mass marketing dead, in an age when you can micro-target sub-segments and personalise  your message with online marketing? Or, is mass marketing to reach as many people as possible still the [...]

Why was Audi’s ‘Clowns’ 2018’s most effective ad?

I recently read about Audi and BBH winning the Grand Prix in 2018’s IPA Advertising Effectiveness Awards, for work including their Clowns campaign. What was the secret of their success, I [...]

John Lewis’ Xmas ad: a gift that gives less to the brand

Retailer John Lewis has lost its title as undisputed champion of Xmas advertising, according to System 1 research on this year’s ad (1), starring Elton John. The brand only just made the [...]

3 Black Friday brands benefiting from ‘Fresh Consistency’

Post by David Nichols, Group Managing Partner and Head of Invention This Black Friday weekend I saw several brands reaping the benefits of ‘fresh consistency’: remembering what made [...]

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