As changing drinking habits meet a desire to cut calories, hard seltzer, a genre of alcoholic sparkling water made by fermenting sugar, is growing at a precipitous rate across the US, unleashing a raft of fan art and causing suppliers headaches.
TOKYO: Coca-Cola has said it is planning to experiment with the company’s first alcoholic drink, in a move described as “unique” in its history, as Coke seeks to engage with Japan’s growing market for alcopops, ...
Aliya Hasan, The Communications Council, Bronze, Australian Effie Awards, 2017
This case study shows how Vodka Cruiser, a Ready to Drink brand, went from being a brand that Australian millennials thought was uncool to one that they'd like to be seen with through a chat show streamed weekly on Facebook Live.
Lauren Brumley, Zac Martin and Calvin Lyon, WARC Prize for Social Strategy, Entrant, 2016
The case study explains how Vodka Cruiser, a brightly coloured vodka-based alcoholic drink, made in Australia by Independent Liquor, a subsidiary of Asahi Breweries, used promoted posts on its Facebook page to engage with fans, carry out live polls, give supporters a chance to have their say and share it with friends.
Joseph Clift, Rankings Articles, April 2016
This short report summarises the results for the drinks category from the 2016 Warc 100, which ranks the world's best advertising campaigns based on performance in effectiveness and strategy competitions.
This case study details how Palm Breeze, a flavoured malt beverage, succeeded in generating awareness and market penetration in the United States by targeting millennial women and becoming their friend as well as a trusted companion in their getaway time with girlfriends.
This report summarises the latest research from WARC's Data platform, with a focus on new advertising investment forecasts by product category, which are exclusive to WARC Data clients. Key findings include:
This report summarises the latest research from WARC's Data platform, with a focus on new net advertising investment data by product category, which are exclusive to WARC Data clients from 1st October. Key findings include: