Sustained Success - Products
Products communications efforts that have experienced sustained success for more than 3 years are eligible for entry.
#SHKOLA was an experiment of the TV channel 1 + 1 - low budget, without its history and professional actors, which was supposed to strengthen the position of 1 + 1 in new media and bring a young audience on the air. The product had its competitors and features, but 1 + 1 took a chance and put its on prime time. The result exceeded all expectations not only significant over-fulfillment of KPIs declared (the number of subscribers per page, views on YouTube, large sales of promotional products), but also a general rating on the air, making the best series fall-winter 2017-2018.
Brand: 1+1 media
Client: 1+1 media
Agency: Postmen DA
Making The Everyday a Long-term Success
IKEA is a household name, popular within culture, and with a long record of creative marketing. But in 2013 a different story was emerging. Sales had fallen 20%, penetration declined and IKEA was looking out of step. A new goal from global management created a real sense of urgency; stem the decline. Grow sales 8% YoY to new meet 2020 targets. The answer was a culturally resonant brand platform that went back to IKEA’s founding purpose, delivered with creative excellence and which didn’t just meet the target, but beat it.
Client: IKEA UK
Arby's: We Have the Meats
Entering 2014, Arby’s was a 50-year-old brand in steep decline. As the landscape of fast food and fast casual expanded rapidly, Arby’s had lost relevance, locations, and sales. It was perceived as the place for roast beef, but roast beef was a miniscule part of fast food visitation. The brand repositioned itself, doubling down on the meats, showing that Arby's had more variety and higher quality. “We Have the Meats” was launched, shifting a dying fast-food chain to one of the fastest growing in the industry.
Client: Arby's Restaurant Group, Inc.