Independent creative agency Zambezi has named Janine Zaim as its first Director of Recruiting.
Golf has been part of the Olympics in more than 112 years. But now its back, starting in Rio. This spot humorously celebrates golf's return by juxtaposing the quiet delicateness of a golfer with the usual over-the-top football (futbol, soccer, whatever) announcer.
Go on. After all that hardcore working out and making that work out face, you earned that light beer. Nice juxtaposition between the song and the music but man, that is not the best sound edit I've ever heard at the end there. It's tricky with that song, though.
Every day thousands of children in Bahrain travel to school on buses. Unfortunately, the monitoring systems are out of date, and so many go missing or are left on the buses when the shift is over, resulting in death.
Mr. Gee is a spoken word poet who wants us all to know it's never too late to get a degree. It doesn't matter if you had some bad grades in the path. We have to keep striving for who we are. Because education draws out the purpose from inside.
Victims of domestic abuse who finally managed to leave their situation have to start all over again. Myer has partnered with The Salvation Army to ensure these women can do so with the essentials they need.
In this spot we hear a woman describing what a tea kettle means to her. Because this kettle means something else. You see, she's been a victim of domestic abuse. Has spent years worrying if a kettle might be turned into a weapon until she finally had the courage to flee.