Coca-Cola, the world’s largest soft drinks manufacturer, is changing its marketing strategy in European markets to unite four separate brands—regular Coca-Cola, Diet Coke, Coca-Cola Zero and Coca-Cola Life—under the one and only brand, Coca-Cola
Just in time for St. Valentine’s Day, the London ad agency isobel in partnership will online polling company OnePoll conducted an intriguing love-or-hate study on brands across 1,500 UK respondents of both genders, 18+. The participants were asked to identify brands against some ‘love’ or ‘hate’ characteristics.
The breast cancer awareness charity Coppafeel, founded by the disease survivor Kris Hallenga, continues its last year’s high-impact visual campaign in the U.K. This year the advertised material features a collage of 24 pictures of bare-chested women, with each image accompanied by the word they chose to describe their breasts. These posters, created by the agency Karmarama, will run on digital outdoor screens nationwide until the end of February.
According to the recent statistics, nearly 19,000 cyclists are killed in the road accidents in the U.K. every year. To address the problem, the British car manufacturer Jaguar Land Rover has initiated a research project aimed to identify the best warning sounds, colours and actions that will catch a driver’s attention immediately.
Earlier in October, the media agency OMD UK in partnership with the UK’s leading publishing company Time Inc. UK presented the results of their second-year joint research project aimed to better understand the ever-changing British society—the report called The Future of Britain, and its specific part The Future of Families.