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Über BBH

When we set up BBH in 1982 we did so with some fundamental beliefs that have guided our company to this day. Most importantly, that outstanding strategic thinking linked to brilliant creative execution helps to create brand success. Our culture is one of difference: “When the world zigs, zag.” We look for a different approach, a different point of view, a different way of engaging consumers and a different creative idea. We look at the conventions of our client’s categories and try and find an answer that breaks those conventions giving them stand out, cut through and value for money. The marriage of strategy and creativity is as important and relevant in today’s modern communications landscape as it ever has been, and we have transformed and evolved our business to ensure that we can deliver both strategically and creatively, not just in traditional broadcast channels, but also in newer digital platforms and channels. A privately owned, independent agency we have been able to continue to invest in the areas that we believe are crucially important to the future of our business. We have built up a solid data capability to underpin our strategic discipline, and we have invested heavily in digital and technology experts who work closely with our creative department to inspire and realise creative ideas in a digital and technology driven age. Despite all of these changes and innovations, the way we work is still shaped by our central belief; that big, enduring ideas are the key to successful communications that create value for our Clients. It was true in 1982. It is even more true today. 



This week sees Audi launch a major new campaign, created by BBH London, which celebrates their impressive SUV range. The engineering and reliability of Audi’s Q Range mean they are trusted with the more predictable everyday jobs. Secretly, however, they dream of overcoming challenges and conquering new terrain. Give them half a chance to have some fun and you can be sure they’ll take it. The film, shot by award-winning director Marcus Soderlund, opens on a dark, tranquil scene in the woods of Slovenia. The driver of a car transporter sleeps soundly as a few of his trusty SUV models manage to silently escape off the back of the transporter and drive off into the woodlands. The cars proceed to drive effortlessly off-road, gliding gracefully through outdoor elements, breaking with precision, and reversing with the control and skill you’d expect from the Vorsprung durch Technik brand and it’s progressive quattro all-wheel drive technology. The hero film features the new Audi Q7 (which launches this year) along with the Q2 and Q5. It is supported by multiple cross-channel activation assets, including 30s product films, which highlight the various SUV model capabilities, and a print and digital OOH campaign for the Q7 shot by Benedict Redgrove. The film’s soundtrack is a cover of the classic song ‘I Could Have Danced All Night’ (published by Warner Chappell Music Publishing and composed by Lerner/Loewe). The recording is Faultline featuring JAKL. As with past re-records, Audi continues to celebrate emerging artists; details of the artist will be published on the Audi website and the track will also be available to download from Spotify.

Ian Heartfield, CCO at BBH London said: Everybody knows that SUV owners rarely use them for what they were built to do. In this film we bring that insight to life by showing what the cars would do if they got half a chance. A simple story, told with charm, and brought to life with craft and production values, all the classic Audi UK ingredients.

Anna Russell, Head of Marketing at Audi UK said: This commercial is a delightful celebration of our growing range of award-winning Q models, as it really embodies the drivers who have the contagious enthusiasm to push boundaries and go the extra mile. These Audi SUVs truly exemplify our Vorsprung credentials through their advanced technologies and striking styling which sets them apart from other SUVs in the market.

The advert will break on TV on 21st September 2019 during the Rugby World Cup game between New Zealand vs. South Africa. It will play across VOD and Cinema and will be seeded online through YouTube. Global edits of the film will run in markets including Germany, the US and Spain. The campaign was planned and bought by Omnicom Media Group’s PHD. 

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