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LICENSING CASE STUDIES
The TVC campaign was produced to re-launch Wyeth Healthcare brand ADVIL - headache and pain capsules. Licensing and parody rights to the hit song ‘WAR’’ were secured and due to the success of the campaign, Wyeth exercised the option to renew for a subsequent term
Sorbent Daffodil Day
In conjunction with the Australian Cancer Council
Sorbent, SCA’s leading consumer tissue brand in Australia and New Zealand has supported the Cancer Council of Australia for over 5 years as the lead sponsor for Daffodil Day, an event that raises vital funds for research, education and support services for those touched by cancer.
A re-mastered 25th anniversary edition of the hit “Walking on Sunshine” was licensed and Australians were encouraged to upload their performances of the song to social network sites.
Every video uploaded was honoured with a Sorbent donation.
Australian streets, shopping centres and living rooms came alive with the sound of music in the lead up to the Daffodil Day in 2010 and 2011 and the campaign included shopping centres, major sporting events, television shows, lyrics on flyers, internet affiliate marketing in addition to ten’s of thousands of Free MP3 digital downloads of the song.
Shopping giant Coles supermarkets ran the 'Unsung Heroes' campaign to coincide with the televised opening of 2008 Beijing Olympics
The campaign gives thanks mothers as the 'unsung heroes' for loss of sleep, tears, hopes and the continued support for our kids' sporting pursuits
The music component “Breathe” performed by Sia, was licensed and was integral to the emotional attachment and brand building achievements for the campaign
Flashbeer' was a departure from the epic, special-effects laden style of “Big Ad”. The ‘re-creation’ just got a bit twisted when Jennifer Beales (the star of Flashdance) was replaced by an average Aussie bloke in a leotard trying to dance with equal conviction.
To coincide with the humorous TVC, a Free 'Flashbeer' CD including the theme song from the movie ‘Flashdance’ - was used as a gift with Purchase.
The National promotion complimented the 'Flashbeer' TVC campaign And was supported by dynamic in-store POS displays with Flash sales & branding results.