At the recently held Festival of Media Global in Rome, OMD UAE received yet another trophy for its “Unleash your Potential” Infiniti Q50S campaign, taking home Bronze in the Best Use of Technology category.
The campaign, which was a collaboration between OMD, TBWA and Infiniti, had earlier won Gold in the same category at the MENA edition of the Festival, as well as Silver for the newly introduced Creative Use of Data category.
As technology continues to drastically transform the advertising landscape, the role of an agency, in providing data management and ad-tech solutions, has never been more critical.
Though OMD was only appointed the Infiniti and Nissan accounts in Q1 of 2016, the partnership has already seen the deployment of bespoke DMP integrations, culminating in data-driven marketing strategies that have yielded award-winning campaigns.
Two Infiniti campaigns took the top slots of Gold and Silver in the Best Use of Technology category, reflecting the sophistication of the technology and data management strategies underlying the individual campaigns.
“With the ‘Unleash Your Potential’ campaign, it was our goal to utilize the latest in technology and data to prove that the Q50 can indeed unleash our drivers’ potential. We then brought this data to life in a world-first with an impressive audio and visual display at the Dubai Fountain,” commented Francesca Ciaudano, General Manager – Marketing and PR at Infiniti Middle East.
“Data and technology have been at the center of every conversation we have with our clients, partners and colleagues over the past three years,” commented Nadim Samara, CEO of OMD UAE.
“These accolades validate both our and TBWA’s efforts to continuously upgrade our capabilities and services with the latest innovations and developments across the advertising landscape. We will continue endeavoring to bring our clients’ businesses and their consumers even closer together, leveraging cutting-edge tools and approaches to provide the most personalized and effective brand experiences possible,” he added.