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Christmas may well be over (sob), but we’re still clinging onto that festive cheer.
Lacoste generated a buzz around its newly redesigned website by partnering with GQ magazine to stage a pop-up selfie-ready brand experience.
Argentinian beer brand Quilmes reinvented the classic game of table football by making it playable online, in real time and long-distance.
Nike may well have started a bit of a frenzy in New York this summer by installing a vending machine that gave out free goods in a secret location.
No stranger to large scale brand experiences, urban footwear and clothing brand Vans transformed the London’s Old Vic Tunnels into an indoor skate park.
We're feeling sporty again this week - PUMA’s Grand Central Station takeover graced the Marketing Society blog last week.
Adventure brand The North Face stayed true to its ethos ‘Never Stop Exploring’ by transforming its changing rooms into a real life Arctic challenge.
Football: you either love it, or you don’t. But one thing is certain; you simply can’t escape it at the moment.
Food, drink & confectionery,
Experiential is all about stimulating the senses – and this immersive retail experience from Under Armour is a great example of how stimulating the senses is a great way of connecting consumers with your brand.
High street retail,
This nice stunt, designed to get people talking about the upcoming Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics, has been shared widely this week.
Projection mapping and motion sensing technology collide in this great stunt designed to promote Nike’s high-tech Hypervenom range of football boots.
We have seen lots of great activations from brands at mass participation sports events over the last year.
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