MINI Film, Outdoor, Ambient Shortcut Billboards by Serviceplan Campaign X Munich

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Industry Cars
Media Film, Outdoor, Billboard, Poster, Transportation & Vehicles, Ambient
Market Germany
Agency Serviceplan Campaign X Munich
Creative Director Luitgard Hagl
Art Director Michael Lux
Junior Art Director Pascal Plaumann
Copywriter Kornelia Szatko
Production It’s Us
Director Stephan Telaar
Released May 2018

Credits & Description

Media: Ambient
Category: Automotive
Client: Mini
Agency: Serviceplan Campaign X, Munich / Neverest
Production: ITS US
Country: Germany

Client: BMW AG / MINI Deutschland
Brand: MINI
Product/ Service name: MINI Connected
Title: The Shortcut Billboards
Agency: Serviceplan Campaign X , Munich and Neverest
Global Chief Creative Officer: Alexander Schill, Serviceplan

Serviceplan Campaign X;
Creative Managing Partner: Matthias Harbeck
Managing Creative Director: Hans-Peter Sporer
Managing Partner: Christina Antes
Creative Director: Luitgard Hagl
Account Director: Konstanze Kliesch
Copywriter: Kornelia Szatko
Art Director: Michael Lux
Junior Art Director: Pascal Plaumann
Junior Account Manager: Valentyna Fomina

Neverest;
Managing Director: Ewald Pusch
Senior FFF Producer: Jochen Hirt
Freelance Producer: Norbert Henning

It's us GmbH;
CEO: Ben Föhr
Director: Stephan Telaar
Head of Production: Hakan Cirak
Line Producer: Karina Kirschner
Production Assistant: Omid Mirnour
Production Assistant: Johanna Katz

CLIENT:
Ulrike von Mirbach, Leiterin Marketing
Yvonne Schrader, Teamleitung Markenkommunikation
Elisabeth Angele-Müller, Markenkommunikation
Stephanie Höll, Markenkommunikation
Published: April 2018
Synopsis:
FIND THE FASTEST WAY: WITH MINI CONNECTED AND REAL-TIME TRAFFIC INFORMATION.
The MINI Connected campaign is part of the online-driven campaign #eckenentdeckenen, which has been promoting the new MINI 3-door, MINI 5-door and the new MINI Convertible since February 2018.
In the second half of April, 18:1 posters are installed in Berlin, inviting pedestrians to take a shortcut under the motto "Faster through the city with MINI Connected". These can be seen, for example, on Gartenstraße, where a staircase over a wall makes for faster progress, on Lotte-Lenya-Bogen, where a tunnel passage under a railway line saves the detour via the far-flung underpass and also on Linienstraße in Mitte, where crossing a football pitch
replaces the long way around the block of houses.
"The idea of the Shortcut posters is an original translation of the RTTI feature, which always has the fastest way through traffic ready, into people's analog world," explains Hans-Peter Sporer, Managing Director (Creation) of Serviceplan Campaign X.