Tag Archive | "Ogilvy Paris"

Scrabble Wi-Fi: Play for Free Wi-Fi Minutes!

Tuesday, June 4, 2013

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Words with Friends? Hell no, this is scrabble Wi-Fi, where you challenge yourself to win free Wi-Fi minutes in places where there isn’t any, buy turning scrabble words into passwords to access the Wi-Fi connection for as long as you are good at spelling words on Scrabble! Scrabble armed special vans with a portable Wi-Fi [...]

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Ford Keyfree App: Auto Login To Everything

Monday, June 18, 2012

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Now this is brilliant. Ford has introduced KeyFree technology into their range of cars, and to showcase this, they have come up with a fantastic app that works much like their KeyFree technology for cars, but for your entire social web of sites… Facebook, Twitter, Gmail, Skype .etc Once you install the app on your [...]

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Ford Paris: The Parisian Pinball Park Challenge

Monday, April 23, 2012

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Rumour has it that Parisian drivers really don’t care about the cars around them and they’ll drive or park where ever and how ever they like… And sometimes… Sorry, most times, that means if they need to squeeze into a car space, they will, anyway they can, complete with bumps, scratches and dints on every [...]

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Europcar: Crush Hour Campaign Case Study

Monday, January 31, 2011

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Here is an experiential campaign that is a little different… Ogilvy Paris set out to drive acquisition for Europcar’s Auto Liberte, a service that aims to have you renting cars instead of buying them. So, they devised a “punked” style prank that towed unsuspecting people’s cars away, replacing them with crushed cube cars, and a number to call [...]

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