Advertising for Kraft Foods Inc.: 'Edible Street Art, 6'

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Industry of the client: Energy & Oil
Service provided: Advertising
Tags: Commercials Archive, Design, Branding, Chewing-Gum, Chappies Adverts, Special Build
Ogilvy & Mather Hong Kong, based at 中西區 Central and Western District, China has been asked by Kraft Foods Inc. to develop Edible Street Art, 6 for their brand ChappiesProduct: Chappies Bubblegum in 2013. This campaign is known in the marketing & communication market for Commercials Archive, Design, Branding, Chewing-Gum, Chappies Adverts, Special Build.

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