With the KLM Dream Catcher web app, the airlines company now helps build the most accurate picture of what to do, where to go, what to see in the city, using references from the trusted editorial and community-powered international sources.
The ceremony will feature both live performances by recognized artists and pre-recorded stunts by artists from across the globe, from Seoul and Rio to Moscow and London.
Coca-Cola is battling “gray-ness” with the latest installment of its “Where Will Happiness Strike Next?” global campaign that injects some unexpected joy into the dull urban surroundings.
MINI is exploring the new facet of “non-normality” in the new effort which invites the GB audience to trade their creative ideas for a chance to get a new MINI car.
The campaign, developed by AKQA , invites people from around the world to ponder over their creative identities and get driven by a roster of experts in the fields ranging from music and writing to technology.
Due to its “lighter” character that delivers more joy than guilty, the new crinkle-cut product was named “Satisfries.”
The survey combines two methodologies: traditional survey research to reveal what people want others to think of them, as well as indirect questioning, a so-called Implicit Association that sheds light on consumers' unconscious, hidden motivations.
The forecasting model is based on the data from Centers for Disease Control, so is predictive by nature, unlike other flu trackers such as Google Flu Trends and the Cold-FX app.