Marvel heroes call for competition in Coca-Cola’s in-store campaign
The collaboration between two iconic brands like Coca-Cola and Marvel calls for something special.
You can’t miss the iconic Pringles chips on the new shelves
Pringles chips are known not only for their perfect hyperbolic paraboloid shape, but also for their irresistible taste.
Dago carried off two gold prizes from the POPAI Awards
On Thursday, November 24th, the festive announcement of the results of the POPAI Awards took place, just like every year.
Semtex’s shop-in-shop promotes the new Kofola campaign and impresses with its virtual reality
The energy drink brand Semtex comes together with the communication agency Dago with new shop-in-shops customers can see in selected Albert hypermarkets.
A new winter edition that will give you wings: Red Bull with apple and fig flavours
Red Bull is back with a new seasonal edition of its energy drinks.
Fanta drinks are betting on Halloween
Although Halloween is not a typical Czech holiday, it is still a great opportunity for marketers to establish contact with customers in a way they cannot otherwise afford. There are no limits to imagination, and smartly thought-out and amusing POSs can significantly...
Autumn in Albert stores: Pilsner Urquell once again bets on the history and tradition
The producer of the popular Czech beer – Plzeňský Prazdroj - has joined forces with the communication agency Dago. Their joint work resulted in displays in the form of the Jubilee Pilsen Gate and customers could see them in the sales areas of Albert supermarkets and...
We won gold at POPAI AWARDS PARIS
The prestigious European competition POPAI Awards Paris knows its winners. The winning projects, selected by an expert jury, were announced on September 15th in Paris.
Use the sales power of seasonal POS – emotions are on the alert, sales support and brand building in action
It’s no surprise that Christmas, Valentine’s Day, Easter, and other holiday seasons are specific and strong sales seasons for many products.
The Dago agency took care of the unmissable entry of Natura into the Slovak market
To launch Natura brand spring waters to the Slovak market, the Coca-Cola HBC company decided to use the sales area of the Tesco chain. The company Dago took care of promotion.
Unique palette exposition for Budvar
For our customer Budějovický Budvar, n.p., we have created a non-traditional sales units for secondary exposition of promoted group packages of Budvar beer. In addition to a design and production done in a record time, we have provided also their installation to sales points including filling them with goods.
It is a unique interpretation of an action palette island. Its non-traditionality consists especially in untypical attractive appearance and shape, specific size and luminous and moving elements. The exhibition has been completed with an action show-case with a presented gift customers might get in a Budvar beer package within the promo action. The gift in the show-case is illuminated and rotates on a pedestal thanks to a servomotor. The exposition has been designed to provide maximal possibility for exhibited products to excel. The way of their placement and position of a package encourages symbolically customers to buy it. Thanks to these attributes, the POP element actively disturbs customers from their shopping routine, encourages their interest and greatly strengthens sales efficiency of the whole campaign. Considerable difference from common palette exhibitions caused a conscious interest of shoppers in the exhibition itself, which is not being common in the case of similar media.
Statement by the project submitter: Ing. Josef Kroulík
Off-trade Communication Manager, Budějovický Budvar, n.p.
At the beginning of each in-store project for the Budweiser Budvar brand, there is our attempt to look at traditional things from a new perspective. The display we have used to expose the action multipacks within the „golden“ times before Christmas was not an exception in this respect. It was a purpose not to use a display similar to a classical rack with its shape. On the contrary, great emphasis was placed on elements, which have a maximal potential to interest: non-traditional shape, light, motion and clear communication of a product added value. All these elements showed very functional in a flood of traditional POS solutions. In addition to fulfilling expected sales goals, this project brought also an effect that POS materials – as advertising message carriers – usually do not have. It provoked a discussion among shoppers, which caused having some effect also outside a hypermarket.