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About Bartle Bogle Hegarty

"When the world zigs, zag"

This philosophy was born out of the first print execution we ever produced back in 1982 to launch black Levi's. It became something of a model for our own business…and how we approach Client's problems always seeking to challenge the prevailing or conventional wisdom.

The philosophy has created moments in our own history when we decided to go against the grain of our industry. We were the first agency to become financially transparent. We were the first agency to create a micro network to serve global business. We were the first agency to recognise the need for channel planning to be at the heart of all creative development so we created a discipline called Engagement planning.

Engagement planning, not to be confused with media planning, is focused on understanding the consumer journey, bringing clarity to the roles different channels play in the marketing mix, identifying how brands can be built through interaction and participation, and most importantly using disruptive channel thinking to get to bigger ideas that deliver a step change in communication effectiveness.

At BBH, we believe in one central belief; that big, enduring ideas are the key to successful communications that create value for our Clients. It was true in 1982. It is even more true today. And in an increasingly complex and competitive world, it will be truer still tomorrow. So everything we do and all our structures support that single thought.

Latest News

TESCO LAUNCHES NEW TV AND SOCIAL ADS AS PART OF ‘CHRISTMAS. BRING IT ON’ CAMPAIGN

23 rd December 2016

Tesco’s ‘Christmas. Bring it On’ campaign, created by BBH, acknowledges that Christmas is

a marathon - a mix of highs, lows, ups, downs, excitement and anticipation. As part of the

campaign, Tesco has launched a series of TV and social films in which the supermarket

aims to make some of the highs even higher for a number of customers, delivering

something a little unexpected with their shopping.

The first of two new TV adverts showcasing the reunions will air on 22nd December on ITV

and features Brenda Hillaby who, after working for Tesco for nearly 25 years, was nominated

by her store in Hull to be reunited with her son who lives in Australia. Brenda saves every

spare penny she has to try and visit him with the two nephews he has never met but has

never managed to do it, in the seven years he has been away.

The second ad airing on 23rd December also on ITV features Theresa, an 88 year old

grandmother. For the ultimate Christmas wish, Tesco flew her daughter and granddaughters

from Australia to the UK. They then paid Theresa a surprise visit by sneaking into her weekly

Tesco delivery which her daughter organises for her every week in Australia!

Christmas fans can also visit Tesco.com/Christmas or go on to the Tesco Facebook page for

a chance to see how two other families were reunited with their loved ones for a magical

Christmas, complete with festive food courtesy of Tesco.

The films launch as new research reveals that a quarter (25 per cent) of Brits will celebrate

Christmas virtually this year, as families struggle to come together to celebrate the festivities

new research from Tesco has revealed.

The new trend will see a third of Brits (32 per cent) using video calling to open Christmas

presents with one another. One in five (22 per cent) will sit down to eat the traditional festive

feast virtually, while another 16 per cent will play traditional games such as charades or

monopoly on the big day. Skype is the most used (76 per cent) video calling service followed

by Apple’s FaceTime (41per cent).

Michelle McEttrick, Group Brand Director at Tesco commented: “Our research found that

half of us will be missing a loved one this Christmas so we wanted to help bring families

together, no matter where in the world they were from”. 

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