Elektrum portal campaign

< Go Back Elektrum portal campaign Customer: Elektrum Work: Elektrum self-service portal campaign during the COVID-19 crisis turned into a social activity. Its message – help the seniors, who are used to the customer service centre, pay the bills on the internet. Or – if it’s possible – pay your mum’s bill!

JAVA VS .NET recruitment campaign

JAVA VS .NET recruitment campaign gets awarded the first place in the Baltic Communication Awards “Mi:t & Links” under category “Employer Branding” What’s the secret formula behind creating a campaign that executes the clients’ goal by 200% and gets an award along the way? A pinch of creativeness, a pinch of skills and a bucketload…

Accenture Mathscape

< Go Back Video: Accenture Mathscape Customer: ACCENTURE Work: BTL You can attract employees with a higher salary and you can raise your own employees. Accenture has chosen the latter – to give an IT career opportunity to anyone, who is good at maths. Escape game Mathscape will become a part of the maths popularisation…

Faringospray

< Go Back Video: Faringospray Customer: Faringospray Work: ATL Being ill without experiencing pain is a pure pleasure. Faringospray supports the idea and slumber party for the entire family! The campaign is intended for the Belorussian market.

Ministry Of Welfare – A Person Not A Diagnosis

< Go Back Photo: Video: A Person Not A Diagnosis Customer: Ministry Of Welfare Work: ATL The goal of this campaign is to talk about the integration into society of people with a disorder of a mental or functional nature.   We wanted to make this story 100% authentic, avoiding the impression of a polished ad, reflecting the real daily lives that these people experience.  None of the people that appear in the campaign is an actor, it is completely produced in documentary style. We have depicted a small part of these people’s daily lives with fastened cameras, who content can be experienced…

McDonald’s Maestro

< Go Back Video: McDonald’s Maestro Customer: McDonald’s Work: ATL, BTL Just like the burgers themselves, the communication materials for McDonald’s Maestro series of burgers are 100% made in Latvia.  Two robots were specially built for the purposes of filming this campaign’s product ingredients. In various ways, the robots moved, tossed and arranged them.  The appearance and corrections to products were designed by a specially recruited food specialist from Germany, working in a team with two professional chefs from Latvia.   Likewise, the accompanying music orchestra arrangement was composed and performed with live instruments right here in Latvia.  Both burgers were created by chef Lauris Aleksējevs in honour of McDonald’s 25th anniversary in Latvia.