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Is Buzzman’s Just Eat a challenge for new agency McCann?

Just Eat is giving its global creative account to McCann it seems, which may not be good news for its agency in France Buzzman (although the French tend to do things differently.) Here’s a new effort from the anarchic Buzzman, ...

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Buzzman unveils animated awards contender for Delsey

If your old man left you just a “connected” suitcase when departing this mortal coil – after a life of un-familial globetrotting – you might be a bit miffed. Good riddance might cover it. Not so for the hero of ...

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IKEA turns up the volume in new Buzzman campaign

We noted yesterday IKEA’s unerring taste in creative agencies and Parian hotshots Buzzman are back on the case, inviting us to “make room for encounters/life.” This time it’s a pesky mademoiselle trying to pull the bloke downstairs by making a ...

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Boursorama’s “bank you’d recommend” banks on Buzzman

In the UK at least customers tend to stay with big banks because they’re not convinced another is any better – although there are numerous challengers. The big boys’ bland marketing might have something to do with this. France’s Boursorama ...

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Buzzman provides a new spin on hot air for South Park game

What’s in a fart? Methane according to this new ad from Buzzman for Ubisoft’s new South Park video game The Fractured But Whole. It’s a competition to find the best farter and you can enter at Iamthefart.com. The ad’s a ...

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Buzzman takes Burger King for a pregnancy scan

It’s usually worth noting the latest to emerge from Paris agency Buzzman (typically it’s bonkers) and here’s another for Burger King, launching a promotion that lets you buy a Burger King burger for two euros – only you don’t know ...

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Bonkers Buzzman challenges physics for Orangina

Pleasingly bonkers is a term of approbation we sometimes use and it seems to be built into the DNA of French hotshot agency Buzzman. A while ago it helped Orangina to switch to upside down cans and sales went through ...

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