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THE FINAL WALK
The eleventh and final season of The Walking Dead, called #TheFinalWalk, officially premiered on Monday 23 September. To mark the occasion, Fox Belgium wanted to treat the show's most loyal fans to a memorable evening. 100 Walking Dead fans - disguised as Walkers - were treated to a thrilling Walking Premiere event to watch the first episode of the series' final season together.
An important notification
In Europe, we have 500,000 new diagnoses and 125,000 people who die of breast cancer every year. So the sooner you discover a lump, the greater the chance of survival. Therefore it's important to self-examine your breasts regularly. To promote this message, Publicis Groupe Belgium developed an ad for Think Pink that got selected for the Standaard Solidariteitsprijs and which appeared in the renowned Belgian newspaper ‘De Standaard’. The ad plays in a smart and subtle way with the Instagram logo. We leave the rest up to your imagination.
Re=Bel The Investment app_with a cause
Belfius is launching Re=Bel. A new online investment platform for those who want to invest on the stock market. Re=bel is seamlessly integrated in the Belfius app and makes sustainable investments accessible to everyone. Because investing in companies that help our society move forward deserves extra encouragement. With Re=bel, we have made a conscious choice for sustainable investment, based on the conviction that we can play a role in building a society that is resolutely greener, healthier, more sustainable and more inclusive. We can all have a positive impact.
Every year, millions of people are victims of human trafficking and exploitation. Is important to remember that people can be victims in their own country, even Belgians in Belgium. A common type of human trafficking is labor exploitation. Victims are forced to work in conditions contrary to human dignity, either without a salary or with very low wages. To illustrate how these victims can feel entrapped in a situation, Publicis Groupe Belgium developed an ad for PAG-ASA, a non-profit that aspires to a society in which the exploitation and trafficking of human beings no longer exists. The ad got selected for the Standaard Solidariteitsprijs and which appeared in the renowned Belgian newspaper ‘De Standaard’.
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