A difficult time that brought many beautiful, new initiatives. It is also a time to reflect on how important the catering industry is for our social lives. Therefore an ode to the catering industry, an ode to pubs, brown cafes, restaurants, bars, clubs, and more. Social responsibly 7b. Once James Bond, always James Bond Okay, another one from Heineken, because Finland Phone Number one should not be forgotten by corona. Because actually in April one of the films of this year that has been eagerly awaited came out in April: No Time To Die. A new James Bond movie where Daniel Craig reprises his role as Mr. Bond (and speculation about who will replace him can begin again.
Having To Convey
Since 007 has not practiced ‘shaken not stirred for years but has opted for a cold Heineken – thanks to a product placement deal of millions – a commercial should not be missing. The commercial is actually a mini-movie. Top shelf storytelling: watch! And hope No Time To Die hits theaters very soon. 6. Burger King excels during pandemic Since the start of the pandemic, a number of brands have excelled in storytelling, social engagement, and inhalers. One of them is Burger King. They emphasize staying at home, social distancing and give you options to get started and bring out the home cook in you. What is still missing, as far as I’m concerned, is the secret recipe for the curly fries.
Such Complex Messages
A few examples of excellent BK inhalers. Slightly less storytelling, but strong branding. Photo from Burger King’s storytelling campaign. Burger King’s marketing campaign. Image from Burger King’s campaign. 5. Koopmans – Birthday Perhaps a somewhat unexpected name in the list. It is not a large multinational like a Nike or Apple, but one that has responded very well to ‘the new normal’. Because birthdays are not big family celebrations for the time being. Especially not when the grandpa and grandma are a bit older and can’t come by. But the days just go on, just like birthdays.