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What does it take to win B-Hive?

Posted 20th April 2011

Ever wondered what it takes to create a winning B-Hive campaign? We thought we'd share this year's winning advertising entry with you. 

To set the scene, if you want to recap on the brief that was set you'll find it here.

To give some context, the judges were particularly impressed by not only the overall concept, but also how this concept was applied across all forms of activity - from posters and outdoor, to tv, online and everything in between. The sheer volume of work that went into the campaign didn't go unnoticed either, but this is only relevant when there's a strong idea sat behind the work.

See the work here

Overall a brilliantly executed idea. Congratulations again to Cristina and Jessica.

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