Marks and Spencer is looking to make every food moment an opportunity for the extraordinary with its latest Food campaign.
The 15-second ads, which are running on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube, poke fun at a growing attachment to smartphones and playfully remind viewers to enjoy life sans screens. Upcoming “Dear Kona” videos will feature the duo’s responses to fictional letters asking advice about how to deal with situations like a boss that labels every email “urgent.”
This marks another step toward GrubHub putting itself in more places where it makes sense. This past March, the company added a skill to Amazon’s Alexa platform that enables users to order food with their voice.
DDB Chicago’s “Umbilical” spot for Skittles is not your typical ode to mom. In fact, we’re pretty confident in predicting it will be the strangest Mother’s Day spot you see this year.