Together with the behaviour change team at Cox Inall Change, BWM Dentsu created a new tool to help Queensland police find missing persons, with the general public playing a vital role. Harnessing the power and impermanence of Snapchat to create fresh urgency around images of missing teenagers. At time of writing, 94% of alerts have assisted in a missing person being found.
The first 24 hours are critical in the search for missing persons. Reaching traditional media can prove to be too slow within the missing persons space.
With a wealth of data at our fingertips from across subject areas as wide as news, finance and travel we used it as the fuel to drive a more personal reading experience with our audience.
Building on the fantastic segmentation work The Telegraph’s data and insight team had already done, Fetch brought this strategy to life across devices, channels and mediums.
Fetch used targeted app download campaigns, personalised re-engagement initiatives and ROI driven performance across The Telegraph's travel, events, finance and new premium products.
The first alert was sent the day the campaign went live, the person was found the next day. Since the launch, 95% of Disappearing Person Alerts assisted in the person being found.
Call of Duty: Fuel up for Battle
Original Game Development: The Chaotic Co-op Moving Simulator!
KFC Gaming Bucket
Connecting gaming to commerce
ViiV Healthcare: Delivering Unique Customer Journeys
ViiV is focused on building customer experiences for healthcare professionals and patients. With the amount of digital noise that physicians hear every day, the client needed ...
A digital partnership breaking the rules of the category
Jaguar Kicking Goals
Using the power and culture of sport to drive brand growth and sell cars in a consistent declining luxury car market with tiny budget: Jaguar, Dentsu X, MKTG and Melbourne Football club score bi...
Big4 Digital Experience
Partnering with BIG4, Isobar produced a digital content platform to elevate your experience booking a local getaway.
BWM dentsu: If it’s not genuine, it could be from anywher...
Imitation and fraudulent car parts are a significant problem. This campaign warns that unless you demand the genuine article, who knows what you’ll get.
BWM dentsu: Remove the barrier – The Dylan Alcott Foundation
People with disability are twice as likely to be unemployed as their able-bodied counterparts. All because of a barrier we can’t see – the unconscious bias of employers.
BWM dentsu: Homeless Delivery - Deliveroo
95% of homeless Australians own mobile phones, but don’t have access to food.
We created a ‘Donation Tile’ in the Deliveroo app that allowed Homeless recipients to order free meals direct...
BWM dentsu: The Golden Nugget – Bowel Cancer Australia
Bowel cancer used to be an “old person’s” disease but it’s now the deadliest cancer among young Australians.
To get their attention and teach them the value of checking their poo, we crea...
BWM Dentsu: The Boxing Day Presale – Latitude Financial S...
Boxing Day is Australia’s biggest sales day. It’s also the busiest.
To launch Latitude’s new Low Rate Mastercard before Christmas, we helped customers beat the crowds by bringing Boxing D...
Isobar: The Perfect Candidate – Australian Futures Project
Working with Australian Futures Project, we shifted Australia’s national conversation during election time.
Transforming the role of retail
Disrupting the sports consumer industry
Enhancing the buzz of playing the lottery online
Transforming the way people travel the world