Cannes Contenders: Leo Burnett Sri Lanka

How will Asia Pacific perform at Cannes this year? In the lead up to the Festival, Campaign Brief Asia will be showcasing the work we hope will impress the judges...
 
Surfboard.jpg15KG Extra Baggage - Findmyfare.com
Leo Burnett Sri Lanka
For the April holidays, Findmyfare.com was offering an additional baggage allowance on their tickets. To promote this online, we designed a series of distinctive bags that could accommodate extra luggage and placed them in the travel section of Sri Lanka's largest online retailer. Whenever anyone clicked on the uniquely-shaped bags they were told about Findmyfare.com's special offer and led to their site.
Bus ticket.jpgSoap Bus Ticket - ASIRI Group of Hospitals
Leo Burnett Sri Lanka
To stop the spread of germs on Sri Lanka's crowded buses, Asiri Hospitals, one of the country's largest healthcare providers, created the Soap Bus Ticket. Using paper fused with soap, special ticket rolls were developed so now, when people boarded Sri Lanka's busiest buses, they didn't just receive a disposable ticket, they received a ticket they could use to wash their hands and protect themselves.
 
RADIO.jpgStress Passing - Spa Ceylon
Leo Burnett Sri Lanka

Spa Ceylon needed to promote its range of stress-relieving ayurvedic balms via a radio campaign. The creative team observed that stress is normally passed down the order - the higher your position in the hierarchy of power in any situation, the easier it is to pass the stress down. However, at the bottom of this chain, what does one do when there's no one to pass the stress onto? This led the team to create a radio campaign that played up this insight in a fun and lighthearted tone that is relatable to most people who has been in the situation.

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