Cannes Contenders: Ogilvy & Mather Hong Kong

In the lead up to next month's Cannes Lions Festival, Campaign Brief Asia will be showcasing work from some of Asia's top agencies that we hope will impress the judges...

Ogilvy & Mather Hong Kong

ShopElseWhere is a movement where independent brands collaborate and recommend each others items. They work together to mix and match designs. When customers shop they can scan a QR code which gives them access to matching items from other small designers.

KFC - The Spicy Pop-Up.jpgKFC
Ogilvy & Mather Hong Kong

Ambient idea that shows that KFC Hot & Spicy really delivers on heat. Hong Kong people love spicy chicken. The agency used 1 empty bucket and 60,000 soda cups to grab people's attention.

OldParts.jpgOrbis "Old Parts for New"
Ogilvy & Mather Hong Kong

A fundraising project for Orbis to help save their Flying Eye Hospital and keep it in the air for many years to come.

BSR_soccer-01.jpgBeijing Sports Radio
Ogilvy & Mather Beijing

When Asian fans hear live sporting events on Beijing Sports Radio, the coverage is so good it feels like they're actually there.

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