Chio Popcorners

We launched a new communication strategy “Any moment can be a Chio moment” with the new Popcorners product. 

Consumers only eat chips in common situations, e. g. while watching TV or spending time with friends. We wanted to change this and that’s why we come up with a new creative message “Any moment can be a Chio moment” which encourages people to eat chips anywhere, anytime.

We presented this idea with the new and innovative Popcorners: chips made from popcorn.


Ariel Vietnam - Step Up Women

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In a collaboration between Ariel Vietnam and Vietnam Women’s Union, Saatchi & Saatchi Singapore and Budapest have been asked to raise awareness about the unappreciated female labor force in the country through a heartfelt video to be aired on TV and

INVITEL – Invilág launch campaign

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During the 2nd half of 2013, we launched a new brand communication platform based on the brand values, which brought fresh and new colors to the Hungarian advertising palette with its simple, but colorful world.

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RUSTAVI2: Abused Presenter

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