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Tactics that outplayed Coca-Cola at the Euros

Rigorous Insight

Relatively new to the UK, Hisense, the Chinese TV giant, needed to make a name for themselves here.

What better way to this nation’s heart than the beautiful game? As a proud sponsor of UEFA Euro 2016, we realised this was Hisense’s golden opportunity to get everyone onside.

Inspirational Ideas

To win the nation’s support, we created The Hisense Big Giveaway. With flash competitions, video promotions and a ‘follow to win’ campaign on Twitter, Hisense made the Euros extra exciting. By doing all this and giving fans a chance to win a VIP trip to Paris for the final, they were well in with the footy crowd.

Real Results

Hisense’s social media following grew by 1,100%. There can’t have been many who didn’t know the brand’s name, with the campaign receiving over 10 million impressions. They even beat Coca-Cola, Adidas and McDonald’s in Marketing Week’s Brand Agility Index for Euro 2016, coming 3rd.

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