As story tellers, albeit on the earned media side of things, we can appreciate a good ad. Even more so, when our clients are the ones who successfully capture a complex idea and communicate it in a simple (and impossibly beautiful) way.
Grab a tissue and check the latest Industrial Internet spot from BBDO for GE — The Boy Who Beeps — which was just featured on Adweek’s Top 5 Commercials of the Week.
GE speaks the language of industry, but also, never fails to tell a great story too.
Fall was not the only “F” word on Small Girls’ minds this September. (Okay, get your mind out of the gutter…) No, FASHION WEEK was huge, and we were honored to help GE make its New York Fashion Week debut!
In a party to close all parties, GE & Tumblr co-hosted a one-of-a-kind Tumblr IRL, featuring a performance by artist MeLo-X (recently returned from Jay Z & Beyonce’s ‘On the Run’ tour and mixed GE visuals into his display), an unveil of The Missions sneakers and an exhibition of #iOnFashion content highlights. Awesome photos by Laura June Kirsch.
Today was an incredible day: We worked with Refinery29 to announce our client BRIKA's new partnership with Chelsea Clinton and the Clinton Foundation to help stop the global elephant poaching crisis.
As if that weren’t enough, both Chelsea and Ivanka Trump have already tweeted their support. Let’s keep the momentum going! Help us #SaveElephants and support the important work of amazing female entrepreneurs out there! Visit brika.com and http://r29.co/1qQNIs6 to learn more.
Our client Zara Terez was included in a recap on Gurl.comfeaturing the top 20 clothing essentials every college girl needs. Back-to-school sounds a little more fun with “leggings that make a statement”, right?
We love supporting Super Business Girls like the amazing 10-year-old Asia. She’s already a young business woman, who has made a very intelligent presentation asking people to donate towards her dream of becoming an entrepreneur and future mayor of Detroit.