Tag Archives: coca-cola

W+K crafts another punchy 30 seconds for Coke – now let’s have a proper campaign

Coca-Cola, which seems to be undergoing something of an identity crisis at the moment, has promised to up its post-pandemic ad spending and here’s new international effort from Wieden+Kennedy London to coincide with the launch of Coca-Cola Zero Sugar. Featuring ...

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Coca-Cola launches giant $4.2bn creative and media reviews

Once upon a time Coca-Cola reviewing its creative and media accounts would have been by far the biggest story in adland. It still might be of course, as the soft drinks giant is reviewing its global arrangements for both, currently ...

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Coca-Cola adds Santa to Christmas truck fest

We’ve been a little short of Santas in this year’s round of Christmas ads but Coca-Cola has ridden to the rescue, featuring one in a new global campaign running alongside its traditional ‘Holidays Are Coming’ hymn to diesel emissions. ‘What ...

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More happy clappy special Premiership pleading from Coca-Cola

Here’s Coca-cola’s new effort for the Premier League season, Saatchi & Saatchi updating a previous ad to welcome Premiership newbies Norwich (via the excitable Delia Smith), Sheffield United and Aston Villa (Prince William’s team apparently – will he be going ...

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Coke launches a sticky summer special from W+K

Think somebody at Wieden+Kennedy London has been sorting their old record collection. The agency’s new summer biggie for Coca-Cola features a ‘Sticky Fingers’-type tongue (bottom.) A more regular W+K trait is its enthusiastic focus on taste in all its glory, ...

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Jermaine Jenas fronts Coke’s new ‘ball games allowed’ drive

There are times (like now) when a visitor from Mars might assume that football was a charity with a game/business attached. Coca-Cola has a long history of supporting football in the UK and now it’s launching ‘Ball Games Allowed,’ an ...

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