gru 10th, 2018
Week of grudnia 10, 2018
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For World AIDS Day, J. Walter Thompson Kolkata partnered with steel products company Tata Pravesh to create a digital film, “The Positive Move,” which tells stories of HIV-positive teenagers.
The film shows how these teenagers never gave up on their dreams and created “Café Positive” – Asia's first café run only by HIV-positive people.
JWT Melbourne Named Baby Bunting's Lead Creative Agency
Following a competitive pitch process, baby goods retailer Baby Bunting has appointed J. Walter Thompson Melbourne and its in-house creative partners from Girl, to be its lead creative agency...View
JWT Amsterdams New Christmas Ad for PLUS Supermarkets
JWT Amsterdam delivers a poignant surprise for the holidays...View
Next X: The Future of Health and Wellness
Our fourth episode explores how startups are cleverly shaking up the $3 trillion US healthcare industry with a convenient, tech-driven, and consumer-friendly approach...View
Drummond Golf Launches First Campaign from JWT Melbourne
Drummond Golf has launched its first brand campaign that celebrates the great game of golf, developed by J. Walter Thompson, Melbourne...View