Pronunciation is the key for brand names. If there's even a minor handle for butchering of the name, a brand can become the laughing stock. That's why, you need idiot-proof names that work in all markets. Our new campaign turns the spotlight on this issue.
The Royal wedding fever is getting redonkulous now, even Post-It® notes are in on it. "May you stick together forever", oh dearie me what an awful pun. But I suppose it'll make the romantics at heart smile.... slamshuts desk-drawer with the box of new Post-It® notes. Won't work on me. Nuh-uh.
There is this myth that naming is a no-brainer. So some clients do it themselves and live to regret it after the deed is done. To counter this DIY Naming, we decided to do a stark campaign to educate clients on how badly things can go wrong if the category-fit, product-fit and brand-fit is just not right.
Euro RSCG C&O created an advertising campaign for the first French information radio, France Info.
The campaign includes a series of 3 black and white posters ads (photographer: Marc Gouby).
Three people of the editorial staff have been shot to empower the idea that reporters are at the heart of information.