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Cruzcampo points on phase 1

Cruzcampo points on phase 1

The brand invites consumers to return to their usual bar, or to have their round of beers on the platform www.fuerzabar.es if it is still closed.

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Skoda's campaign

Little by little, automotive brands are starting with their campaigns again. Skoda makes a turn with a learning curve from the crisis.

Nestlé Aquarel with Mr Wonderful

Nestlé Aquarel with Mr Wonderful

Nestlé has freshly launched their first water bottle made from 100% recycled and recyclable plastic

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Asisa Dental launches an ingenious campaign

Asisa Dental launches an ingenious campaign

The initiative is part of the communication plan for the progressive reopening of Asisa Dental's medical centres

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La Cibeles launches their first “free”

La Cibeles launches their first “free”

51% owned by Heineken, it has launched its first 0% alcohol beer, paying tribute to healthcare personnel

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Tinder+Glovo

Tinder+Glovo

The appes of Glovo and Tinder collaborate so that users can have virtual appointments during confinement.

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A new beer is born

A new beer is born

The company Estrella Galicia has added “madroño”, a strawberry tree juice, to its beer to pay tribute to the city of Madrid

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Springtime at El Corte Inglés

El Corte Inglés pays tribute to society's resilience in 'Defend Your Spring' with a more hopeful message, paying homage to each woman's own style and to society.

Bankia bets on the stock markets

In their new campaign they encourage investment in human values as a positive path out o of the crisis.

Telepizza for what unites us

Decide to take a stand and turn what would be bad news into good news!

A new way to place advertisment

A new way to place advertisment

These are paper masks with individualized printing. They are particularly suitable for delivery to shops and restaurants.

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IKEA launches “bee home”

IKEA launches “bee home”

The idea is that the user designs his own hive. Once the design is finished, he just has to send it to IKEA. There they will build their Bee Home with modular parts.

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