Dec 17th, 2018
Week of December 17, 2018
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JWT Amsterdam and JWT India joined forces with photographer Jimmy Nelson to fight for the preservation of cultural heritage.
The new campaign kicks off with a short film titled “Blink. And They’re Gone,” which was made using 1500+ photographs taken by Jimmy Nelson during his journeys into the far corners of the world. Its never-seen-before images capture 36 of the last indigenous communities on earth.
Subway Invites Aussies To Fall In Love Again Via JWT Sydney Campaign
Mixing a little bit of love with humour, Subway is inviting its customers to fall in love with lunch again, via a new tongue-in-cheek campaign created by J. Walter Thompson Sydney.View
Pulse Candy Re-Establishes The Magnetic Appeal Of The Tagline ‘Pran Jaaye Par Pulse Na Jaaye’
Pulse Candy, has a tangy twist to it that makes it standout! It offers an experience that starts with a fruity taste and peaks with a tangy surprise; a mouth full of fun and peculiarity, the consumers love...View
JWT New York's Camille Kelley Covers The 3% Conference
The 3% Conference was started seven years ago by Kat Gordon, an entrepreneur and advertising professional, to combat the often staggering statistic that only 3% of creative directors were women. And when it came to people of color, that percentage was even less. Kat Gordon and her team have made it...View
JWT Intelligence Catches Up With Erin Chen, Founder, Spark Fest Asia
A new generation of educators, brands, doctors, artists and media is looking to start a public dialogue on intimacy, wellness, and sex tech...View
An Ode To Christmas, Brought To You By Advertising
Because you, my advertising colleagues, deserve a high five from our fore-mostly-fathers, and that’s exactly what I’d argue that Christmas is...View