Results from This Site: 81 - 90 of 229 total results for Coca-Cola
  • Gamble, Coca-Cola and Philip Morris. The newly minted group subsequently adopted the new name BCom3. With the further consolidation of BCom3 into Publicis, and subsequent elimination of the D'Arcy network,
  • business which made a fizzy brown soda water called Coca-Cola. It was D'Arcy's idea to show how Coca-Cola could become part of "the pleasant interludes of everyday life". In 1929, the agency's creative
  • Arch-rival Coca-Cola had close ties with FCB's sister agency McCann-Erickson). Instead Pepsi shifted the business into Omnicom, encouraging that group to hire former FCB Chicago chief Brian Williams to
  • although Pernod-Ricard retained distribution rights); and Seagram's Mixers by Coca-Cola. Last full revision 6th October 2017 All rights reserved © Mind Advertising Ltd 1998-2021
  • Volkswagen Espana (€87m) Coca-Cola (€46m) El Corte Ingles (€85m) Telefonica (€43m) Orange (€74m) Reckitt Benckiser (€43m) Linea Directa (€70m) ONCE (€43m) Procter & Gamble
  • Beiersdorf (€220m)  Coca-Cola Company (€179m) Aldi (€206m) Media shop (€173m) Source: Nielsen/HorizonT Interbrand's Best German Brands 2015 Mercedes-Benz  Adidas  Schwarzkopf  
  • Tongyitang Pharmacy  Nice Group Coca-Cola Company  Shanghai Golden Partner Bio Tech Unilever  Mars China Aifen Food L'Oreal Inner Mongolia Yili Group Huiren Group Wrigley Confectionery
  • sitting alongside the likes of Coca-Cola's 'Mountain Top' and 'Mean Joe Greene', Apple's 'Misfits', Levi's 'Launderette' and Guinness 'Surfer'. A classic indeed. More Classic Ads All rights reserved 
  • Coop Schweiz  Unilever Migros  Coca-Cola Procter & Gamble  Nestle Ferrero  Lidl Swisscom  Reckitt Benckiser Source: MediaFocus/GroupM Switzerland's "Best Brands" in 2015 Nescafe
  • Via Varejo (Casas Bahia / Ponto Frio)  Coca-Cola Unilever Brasil  Banco do Brasil (Government of Brasil) Hypermarcas  Itau Caixa (Government of Brasil) Supermercado Guanabara Procter &

All rights reserved © Mind Advertising Ltd 1998-2019