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Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010
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Orcon Case Study - Cannes Lions 2010

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from the agency, Draft FCB Auckland: …

from the agency, Draft FCB Auckland:

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We set out to find 8 New Zealanders to help Iggy Pop re-record 'The Passenger' live via Orcon Broadband. From more than 200 amazing auditions we ended up with 9 incredible New Zealanders. We hooked them up to Iggy in Miami via Orcon Broadband, and this is the result... Describe the brief from the client: Orcon is a New Zealand telecommunications company. Despite offering faster broadband and superior customer service, it was relatively unknown in a market dominated by the huge corporates (Vodafone and Telecom). The agencys overall brief was therefore to raise awareness of this superior broadband offering. Our strategy was to communicate this by staging a major online event in effect a mass product demonstration - and build awareness of Orcon by engaging the nation with it. While we had to attract new customers to the brand, every stage of the campaign began by communicating firstly with existing Orcon customers. Creative Execution: Orcon is an internet company and in every aspect of this campaign, from the call for auditions, through the facebook activity to the Play live with Iggy event itself, the internet was central. While every telco talks up its product and services, the strength and originality of this campaign was that Orcon actually used its broadband to enable a world-first technical feat connecting nine Kiwis from their homes across New Zealand to Iggys studio in Miami, and re-recording the classic track 'The Passenger'. Describe the creative solution to the brief/objective. We created a world-first event, a chance to re-record 'The Passenger', live online, with Iggy Pop. Our direct response objective was two-fold: Attract a large enough pool of talented auditions to ensure we could select our virtual band. Maximise the countrys engagement with the auditioning process. The call for auditions went out first to Orcons customer base, to its facebook friends, and via online advertising. This was then extended by 15 TVCs and street posters calling for people to Play live with Iggy Pop. Entrants then uploaded auditions directly to a specially built facebook application, where they could be browsed. Describe the results in as much detail as possible. - We received 200 video auditions in 10 days, a superb talent pool to select our nine band-members from. - Auditions viewed more than 100,000 times on facebook, part of an explosion of interest in the campaign. National press, prime-time current affairs TV shows, websites and blogs all over the world picked it up. - 3,500 new Orcon facebook friends in just 2 weeks. - The campaign generated over NZ$650,000 of unpaid media coverage before the TV ad had even run. - And Orcons sales increased 30% on previous year.

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    • 1. FASTER BROADBAND
    • 2. OF NEW ZEALAND!
    • 3. SO..
    • 4. STREAMING
    • 5. DO IT YOURSELF
    • 6. MR. IGGY PUNK
    • 7. MR. IGGY PUNK
    • 8. POP!
    • 9. STREAMING + D.I.Y. + SOCIAL
    • 10. SHOW ME THE MONEY!
    • 11. 200 VIDEOS IN 10 DAYS 100.000+ VIEWS 3.500 NEW ORCON FACEBOOK FRIENDS
    • 12. NZ$650.000IN UNPAID MEDIA BEFORE THE TV ADS+30% SALES
    • 13. BEST INTEGRATED CAMPAIGN LED BY DIRECT MARKETING
    • 14. VALHEU!

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