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The Economist hands out creepy crawly crepes to promote sustainable food

If you happen to be in the following areas: London Bridge, Angel Christmas Market, Hampstead Christmas Festival, Cannon street, City Thameslink and Moorgate, then keep your eye out for the Economist crepe delivery trucks. But before you all rush to queue up for the delicious French dessert, you should probably know not that all is not what it seems. The Economist is selling crepes made up of 30% insect flour and...

Because phoning to have a pizza delivered sounds too much like hard work

How many people call to order a pizza anymore? No one. It is all done online and through apps. But Domino’s still think that the pizza ordering process is too complex for their customers so have simplified the process even more and made pizza available, quite literally, at the press of a button. Working with Flic, Domino’s have created a physical button that will link with the app via Bluetooth so that...

Game look to build on social success of last years Christmas Shopping Simulator

Game are looking to build on their success of last years Black Friday Christmas Shopping Simulator stunt by releasing Christmas Shopping Simulator 2 – Black Friday. The Sims meets Grand Theft Auto in a shopping mall, the game promises to be a tongue in cheek commentary of shoppers animalistic tenancies when faced with a bargain as is demonstrated by this promotional video. Available for free download the game...

Durex asking public to campaign for a #CondomEmoji ahead of World AIDS Day

World AIDS Day is on the 1st of December, and this year, because – well, emojis are this year’s marketing go-to, aren’t they? – Durex is encouraging social media users to campaign for the creation of a condom emoji ‘to help young people communicate about safe sex’. Here’s the campaign video, which asks people to use the hashtag #CondomEmoji so ‘the clever people...

14 hour film The Wait launches new organ donor drive

At a time when media attention is focused on the blockbuster seasonal ad campaigns a new promotional film called ‘The Wait’ for NHS Blood & Transplant has been released.  To mark the launch a free public screening was hosted at Vue Cinema on Regent Street with an added twist: it didn’t matter what time in the day you turn up because the film is 14 hours long. The Wait is longer than any promotional...

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