Ad of the Week: Save Someone from a Life of Poverty


In the Company of Huskies has launched an emotional new campaign with Ireland’s biggest charity St. Vincent de Paul (SVP). Called ‘Save someone from a life of poverty” it juxtaposes the saddening reality of the long-term effects of poverty on young people’s lives and the positive impact made possible through donations. In two 30-second TVCs, the campaign shows the real-life...

Ad of the Week: SuperValu’s Consider Christmas


Following the recent launch of its new ‘All things considered’ campaign, SuperValu and TBWADublin have followed up with a new Christmas campaign that encourages customers to ‘Consider Christmas’. The new TV ad, a cheerful, lyrical spot reflects the warmest familiar sentiments of the season. The 30-second TVC uses a festive interpretation of ‘Consider Yourself’, from the musical, Oliver! Throughout the...

Ad of the Week: Ulster Bank Northern Ireland


Innovation is at the heart of the Ulster Bank Northern Ireland brand, and when it comes to security their banking app harnesses the latest biometric technology – with both Face ID and Fingerprint Login – to help protect customers’ accounts. To communicate the benefits of the UB NI app Boys + Girls launched their first campaign in more than three...

Ad of the Week: Take Notice – Marie Keating Foundation


ROTHCO | Accenture Interactive creates a striking campaign to urge people to #takenotice this Breast Cancer Awareness month If one of the most touched and photographed breasts in the world suddenly developed a lump, would anyone notice? That was the key question asked by leading Irish cancer charity, the Marie Keating Foundation, and creative agency ROTHCO | Accenture Interactive, as...

Ad of the Week: Sherry FitzGerald

In the Company of Huskies team up with Sherry FitzGerald to launch the property agents’ new brand platform and innovative technology offering. Ireland's largest property and financial services firm, Sherry FitzGerald selected In the Company of Huskies to develop a new brand platform and campaign. This comes ahead of Sherry FitzGerald launching their pioneering technology which will revolutionise the property...

Ad of the Week: Belief Is Everywhere


Rothco | Accenture Interactive has launched a new campaign for AIB called “Belief Is Everywhere’. The integrated campaign- led by a 60-second TVC directed by Academy’s Si&Ad- looks to recognise the hard work and belief the Irish public experience on the journey to getting a mortgage. The TVC opens on a dusky scene on the Irish coast. As the landscape...

Ad of the Week: Be There Even When You Can’t – Three Ireland


“Be there even when you can’t” is the concept behind Three’s new commercial, launched this week to celebrate its 97% 4G population coverage Building on Three’s ‘Make it count’ campaign, Boys+Girls ( embraced the surreal with an exhilarating spot featuring a mum who’s stuck in work, bouncing with her little girl on the Three Network. Aislinn O’Connor, Head of Brand &...

Ad of the Week: Bloom Launches New Campaign for


Just Eat, Ireland’s leading online food ordering and delivery app, has launched a new advertising campaign called “Food Envy”. The campaign went live this week on TV, Out of Home and digital display and was developed ad agency Bloom with media planning and buying by OMD. “We have been working with Bloom for almost 5 years” says Edel Kinane, Marketing...

Ad of the Week: Chairs Can Kill from Boys + Girls


“Chairs Can Kill”: that’s the dramatic message and title of a new awareness campaign from The Irish Heart Foundation as part of its on-going mission to prevent the number of lives currently affected by heart disease and stroke – one of Ireland’s leading killers. And while we all try to be healthier in our lives through diet and exercise, every...

AD OF THE WEEK: Bigfoot Creates a Stir for Virgin Media


Virgin Media has launched a major new campaign to highlight that ‘Nothing is Hidden’ when it comes to a Virgin mobile phone contract. The new campaign sees Bigfoot join the crowd outside a Virgin Media store to get the slice of action.  It will run for eight weeks across TV, VOD, press, radio, online and social and is spearheaded by...