Last week, the InterContinental Singapore hosted the Mob-Ex Awards, one of the top awards in the Asia-Pacific region! These awards reward companies that push creative and technological limits to achieve success in mobile marketing.
AdColony is thrilled to be bringing home two awards from Mob-Ex 2018!
GOLD: Pond’s Gains Ground in Indonesia (Unilever) — Best Campaign: Location-Based Marketing
This interactive campaign made use of location-targeted mobile technology and outdoor media to educate women about the pollution in the environment they unknowingly face every day. This integrated multichannel campaign was a huge success, reaching over 12 million!
BRONZE: Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge – Mobile Video Innovation Makes a Blockbuster — Best Campaign: Innovation
This powerful campaign leveraged AdColony’s Aurora™ HD Mobile Video, Instant Play technology, and dynamic end cards to create a buffer-free user experience, where audiences were guided through a virtual treasure hunt, collecting prizes and building a custom trailer along the way. An engagement rate 50 times higher than global benchmarks and a viewable completion rate 3 times higher than Moat industry benchmarks is definitely something to be proud of.
We would like to thank everyone involved with these projects, especially our talented Skylab creative team! We couldn’t have done it without you!
About the Mob-Ex Awards
The Mob-Ex Awards, which originated in 2013, focuses on rewarding leading organizations that have pushed their limits and achieved success on mobile platforms, through sound and innovative mobile marketing strategies. An expert panel of industry leaders and senior marketers judge the finalists in 30 different categories. The winners, representing the best in the industry, will be featured in a print edition of Marketing magazine.
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