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Campaign Long Live the Local
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About Havas London

As Havas’ flagship UK creative agency our job is really straightforward – to make a meaningful difference to the brands, the businesses and the lives of the people we work with. We are based in London King’s Cross and are one of the 22 agencies that make up the Havas Village. 
Reasons why us:
1. We are unique. We are the only agency in London that operates a truly channel neutral, single P&L, "village model". Every single marketing discipline under a single roof, run for you by a single business lead. Simpler, faster, more cost efficient. 
2. We have a "start-up mentality in a network structure". We have transformed the work and culture to create an agency with an incredible new business record and an outstanding client list. 
3. A simple belief. That the work we do together should be meaningful. It should have a positive meaningful impact on the lives of our target audience and the people who create it. 
4. Our client satisfaction scores. We track our performance and care about our clients – our scores have increased every quarter and not all sit in the top quartile of satisfaction. Our clients matter to us. 
5. We obsess about creating work that makes a meaningful difference - winning IPA awards for Ella's Kitchen, six British Arrows for 'Every Lesson Shapes a Life', and with 'Long Live the Local' the government freezing beer tax for Britain's Beer Alliance. 

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RICE WASN’T MADE TO SIT ON THE SIDE, SAYS TILDA®

-‘Significant investment’ in steamed rice range kicks off with TV spot from Havas London-

Leading British rice brand Tilda® has unveiled a new advertising campaign for its steamed rice range – the start of a seven-figure marketing investment into a range which will represent the brand’s focus across 2021. 

Elevate Your Plate – the first major above-the-line campaign for the product range – positions TildaSteamed rice as an integral part to so many much-loved dishes from around the world – not something made to merely sit on the side.

Devised by creative agency Havas London, it highlights that the range – available in more than 20 different flavours – always delivers the right rice for the right dish, enabling people to explore a multitude of culinary cultures whenever and however they’d like.

This idea is brought to life through a lively new TV spot directed by Guy Manwaring through Merman. Opening with the line ‘I can make everything nice with Tilda steamed rice’, it sees an amateur (but enthusiastic) home cook grow in confidence and ambition as he crafts an array of dishes of increasing complexity – from halloumi wraps and bibimbap to leftover Thai in a stir-fry; dinner for one to a banquet for everyone – all with rice at their heart.

It was created by Rosie Bird Smith and creatively directed by Dave Mygind at Havas. Planning and buying has been handled by media agency Goodstuff. The £1M campaign will run across TV and video on demand from today launching at prime time on Channel 4 in Devon & Cornwall. This will be the biggest investment Tilda have made in advertising to date. The campaign will be further supported by digital executions and a social campaign from fellow Havas agency, Cake, rounding off the new campaign for the much-loved brand, which is purchased by at least a quarter of all UK households.

Anna Beheshti, Head of Marketing at Tilda says: “As well as raising consideration versus own-label and competitor brands, we wanted to champion our premium quality Tilda rice itself as so much more than a side. With people eating at home more than ever before, we know it can be hard to find the inspiration – or the time – to cook delicious meals day in, day out. Luckily, Tilda’s tasty 20-plus varieties – including Japanese Teriyaki, Peri Peri, and Coconut Basmati – make it easy, whatever dish of the world you fancy.”

Dave Mygind, Creative Director at Havas London adds: “Tilda’s steamed rice makes it so easy to take your midweek dinner from meh to magnificent, so we wanted to celebrate the taste, variety and potential of the mighty grain in all its glory. With cooking just about the most fun we’re legally allowed to have during recurring lockdowns, we think it’s important to do it with a healthy dose of energy, colour and excitement.”

Harry Moss, Group Planning Director at Goodstuff adds: "With the nation getting back into their kitchens, it’s a great opportunity to elevate Tilda's delicious and diverse range of products. Showing consumers that rice doesn’t just have to be rice. This campaign marks Tilda's biggest investment in media, so we’re excited to see this new creative make a big impact on our screens.”

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