Title "Heart"
Agency VCCP
Production Company Academy Films
Post Production Finish TV
Editing Company Final Cut
Campaign Be More Dog
Advertiser O2
Brand O2

Want to see all the credits ? This content is only available to AdForum subscribers.

Subscribe and get unlimited access.

Be inspired by the best creative work from around the world.

Date of First Broadcast/PublicationSubscribers Only
ProductSubscribers Only
Business SectorSubscribers Only
TaglineSubscribers Only
Type Television & Cinema
Length60 seconds
Media Agency Z...th M...a Subscribers Only
Director B...n Subscribers Only
Audio Post Production GCRS London
Creative Director D...en B...es Subscribers Only
Art Director ..n D..y Subscribers Only
Copywriter Nathan White
Production Company Producer M..b R....an Subscribers Only
Account Director C...e Gr.....lgh Subscribers Only
Agency Producer Larissa Miola
Media Planner Ch.....te C....on Subscribers Only
Editor ..e G...t Subscribers Only

About VCCP

Part of VCCP’s success has come from its longstanding dedication to its ten founding principles. They were established at launch to be the antithesis to all the frustrations the founders had experienced at other advertising agencies. It means we spend less time managing and more time thinking.

Be Un-precious
Brilliant ideas come from openness.

Be Responsible
Great teams take responsibility for each other.

Be On Time
Deliver on time, or earlier.

Be Lean
Small motivated teams achieve the best results.

Be Clear
Its easy to complicate, it's difficult to simplify.

Be Approachable
Listen to whoever wants to speak to you.

Be Happy
Enjoy work.

Be Honest
Keep open books and admit mistakes.

Be Proud
Take pride in the work we produce.

Be Fast
Delay is corrosive, energy is infectious. 

Latest News

F**k Digital: Should Brands Disconnect to Truly Connect With Their Audience?

Innocent, the do-good food and drinks brand, have recently released free tickets for their ‘festival for grown-ups’ called Innocent Unplugged.

In their own words:

“Life’s a bit too connected these days, so we’re switching off for the weekend…No wifi, no 3G, no traditional electricity. We’re unplugging for real. Any power that we need, we’ll generate together (with a bit of solar to help us along).

So leave your phone at home. Forget about Facebook. Turn off Twitter.

We’ll see you in the woods.”

Inncoent Unplugged

It’s a refreshing stance to take when all brands want to garner as much social media attention as possible.

The festival offers a variety of food and drink that I assume will be made by Innocent, as well as music acts and inspiring talks. Far from being a random offer, Innocent was born from selling smoothies at a music festival, and everything about the event exudes their own brand values. Further, the festival naturally appeals to the current generation’s love of pop-up food experiences, and obsession with improving their range of culinary knowledge. A recent report by Haygarth suggests that UK Millenials place higher value on “having the skills and knowledge to create tasty, interesting and authentic meals and snacks”, than having a good sense of style or fashion when wanting to impress their peer group.

More importantly, however, is the fact that Innocent have focused on the disconnecting of digital devices, which I think has been taken from a much deeper change in attitude to our work/leisure balance and the role of digital in our lives.

Camp grounded

Currently there is a trend in adults regressing to childlike activities, remembering a time when they were not accountable to anything or anyone. These events hark back to our childhood when phones did not exist, and the ultimate source of fun was simply being silly and playing with your mates. The signs are all around us in London with popular events like Swingers (pop-up crazy golf), Regression Sessions (a club night that pairs fun-filled activities from our youth with alcohol) and adult ball pits. Further, there are Adult Summer Camps in the USA and two colouring books that are at the top of Amazon’s current bestseller list.

I’m not saying brands or consumers will stop using digital devices – all of the above events require a digital platform to promote themselves, or for consumers to find and book them. But in a world of endless notifications and the rise of the connected home, it is natural for people to yearn to disconnect with our electronic reality once in a while. For some brands, this may be the perfect chance to garner the full attention of their target audience.

The post F**k Digital: Should Brands Disconnect to Truly Connect With Their Audience? appeared first on VCCP.

Latest Ads