|Campaign||Volkswagen British Campaigns|
|Philosophy||Volkswagen’s new (as of 1995) mass market volume objectives have meant many campaigns have been developed for model specific target audiences. However, we have maintained a degree of cross-campaign coherence by creating a common tone of voice across all campaigns. We have also ensured that the single messages we try to deliver about each individual model – Polo’s sturdiness, Golf’s refined classiness, Passat’s engineering attention to detail – are ultimately common Volkswagen engineering values.|
|Problem||Volkswagen is a brand that has to appeal to many audiences, with many different product offerings. It has to do this whilst retaining overall brand values which support its individual product messages.|
|Result|| Volkswagen were DDB London’s founding client in 1968 and in 2005 The Gunn Report named them as the most creatively awarded client in its history.|
Over the course of our relationship with Volkswagen we have won 5 Effectiveness Awards and scores of creative awards.
The work featured on this page is some of our most recent.
|Creative Director||Mr. Jeremy Craigen|
|Creative Director||Mr. Ewan Paterson|
|Art Director||Mr. Nick Allsop|
|Copywriter||Mr. Simon Veksner|
|Account Manager||Mr. Richard Stainer|
|Account Manager||Michael Flatt|
|Illustrator||Mr. Paul Slater|
|Typographer||Mr. Peter Mould|
|Marketing Manager||Ms. Catherine Woolfe|
|Brand Manager||Ms. Catherine Woolfe|