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How much carbon dioxide do you think each passenger emits on board a London to New York return flight?
Travel & tourism,
Airports can be boring.
Media consumption habits are changing.
High street retail,
We all know the benefits of exercise to our physical health, but what about the effects on our mood?
86% of Europeans don’t eat enough fruit and vegetables.
When you bite into a McDonald’s burger, the last thing you’d expect to hear is a burst of operatic music.
Food, drink & confectionery,
No matter how exciting an experiential marketing stunt is, it can often be an extremely hard task to cut through the noise in a busy location and gain the attention of passers-by for more than a split second.
Hotels, restaurants & leisure,
Experiential marketing can take many different forms, but pop-ups are one of the most widely adopted tactics.
Household products & healthcare,
Airports are exciting. The final stage before jetting off to somewhere exotic and, often, new, you can almost feel the anticipation in the air.
As experiential marketing is starting to become more widely used, brands are having to find new and innovative ways to make sure their activations stand out and are effective.
Fast food giant McDonald’s has launched a playful new experiential campaign in the Netherlands, that gives a nostalgic childhood memory a very modern twist.
International high-speed train operator Thalys was on a mission to encourage people to use the train to explore their nearby cities.
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