|Title||DELAY THE WORK DAY|
|Product / Service||SPORTSWEAR BRAND|
|Category||A08. Best Use of Social Media Marketing|
|Entrant||OGILVY SHANGHAI, CHINA|
|Entrant Company:||OGILVY SHANGHAI, CHINA|
|Advertising Agency:||OGILVY SHANGHAI, CHINA|
|Kevin Lee||Ogilvy Shanghai||Executive Creative Director|
|Adams Fan/Kelvin Leong||Ogilvy Shanghai||Creative Director|
|Zhang Lei/Kevin Lee/Kelvin Leong/Haibo Huang/Xiao Kun/Tianli Liu||Ogilvy Shanghai||Art Director|
|Adams Fan/Ryan Falch/Pickle Guo||Ogilvy Shanghai||Copywriter|
|Zhang Lei/Kevin Lee||Ogilvy Shanghai||Designer|
|Kevin Lee/Zhang lei||Ogilvy Shanghai||Typographer|
|Chookian Khoo||Ogilvy Shanghai||Photographer|
|Aywei Wong/Weisian Lee||Ogilvy Shanghai||Agency producer|
|Attic Post||Attic Post||Post production house|
|ChyeYee Chow||Attic Post||Post Producer|
|Jeep Chow||Motion Graphics|
|Hush Studios, Shanghai||Hush Studios, Shanghai||Sound Studio|
|Jizheng Liu||Ogilvy Shanghai||Account supervisor|
7,211,075 petitions were sent. Covered by CCTV, Sports Illustrated and other major news networks. Covered by over 540,000 blogs. 4,102,954 people had their workday delayed 12,508 global and local companies participated in the project. Generated US $5.7 million worth of free media coverage and 'DELAY THE WORKDAY' became a popular online saying.
We delayed the workday. We proposed that companies begin working 1, 2 or 3 hours later than usual and stay the same number of hours at end of the day. HOW IT WORKS Use RenRen - China's largest social media site to influence colleagues into petitioning the boss. Our application empowered employees to rally together and send petitions to delay the workday. HR DEPARTMENT Petitions were sent to the HR department. BOSS Finally, the boss received the collection and felt the pressure to delay the workday. We delayed the workday. We proposed that companies begin working 1, 2 or 3 hours later than usual and stay the same number of hours at end of the day.
361 is one of China's 3rd largest sportswear brands specializing in footwear, apparel and accessories. Just like the rest of the world, China loves the World Cup more than any other sporting event. But this year there was one major problem. Time zones. The final match of the evening was broadcast at 2:30 am in China. By the time the match is ended, it's almost time for work again. Millions of fans would either struggle to drag themselves back to the office, take sick leave or miss the matches. 361 wanted to give these dedicated fans the one thing they would need most. More sleep.