Volkswagen launches the world’s most remote showroom.
Once again, Elkjøp shows that a gift is more than a gift. This year, it’s about time together.
Volkswagen corrects one of the world’s most iconic parking fails.
Since 1909, Läkerol has been a well known Swedish pastille brand with high recognition and strong emotional bands tied to its devoted followers.
Telmore have innovation as a core value and wants to be the smart choice. Something they have proved by being Denmark’s first online only telco and the first Danish telco to offer streaming packages.
Some McDonald’s restaurants in Sweden have beehives on their rooftops. To celebrate the initiative which is part of McDonald’s Swedens sustainability work, NORD DDB created what could be the world’s smallest McDonald’s – a fully functioning beehive.
A clear case of who wore it better when McDonald's came for Balenciaga with an Instagram post that went viral.
Training makes you smarter. And so does classical music. Together with Björn Borg we continue to explore what happens in our brains when we work out.
Jättis has been one of Finland’s most beloved ice creams since 1979. To celebrate the iconic treat’s 40th anniversary in 2019, the brand released a new seasonal flavor inspired by nothing less than magic.
Today, love is controlled by states and institutions as same-sex marriages are forbidden in 87% of all countries. That’s the background to the initiative Marriage Unblocked – a digital platform where everyone, no matter the label, can propose, exchange vows and get married on the blockchain.
Volkswagen is going electric. Which we manifest by ... well, going electric, reviving the Leila K hit “Electric” into a energetic new version with the power from a surprising source.
Live a little! is our way to encourage people to get out of their comfort zone and dare live life more freely when you’re on holiday. Whatever that could mean for you!
After creating the smooothest financial ads ever we took it to the next level. How? We changed Snoop Dogg’s name to Smoooth Dogg and made him a share holder in the company.
Where do Swedish youth learn to take responsibility, handle stress and develop leadership skills? You might be surprised.