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Starbucks "Let's Meet Up"


BBDO and the brand encourage China to engage in real conversations

Starbucks "Let's Meet Up"



BBDO has launched an exciting new campaign in partnership with Starbucks China, to encourage people to take time away from their busy lives to engage in real conversations. 


Starbucks China is seen as aspirational, authentic and international; a place to connect with others in a meaningful way. With this in mind Starbucks paired up with BBDO to inspire their customers to rediscover heartfelt, genuine conversations and connections and ask themselves ‘what if I slowed down for just a moment to fully appreciate the people in my life?’ Which led to the campaign ‘Let’s meet up, face to face, heart to heart!’




The campaign first launched on Tencent and Sina Weibo to invite people to pledge their support for the movement. Fans could vote on the campaign site, comment on friends' votes and forward it to their peers. Within the first 24 hours over half a million people voted to support the movement. Thousands of people commented that they have been truly touched and expressed their desire for real connection:


“豆子里的鹭啡”: To support the #Heads up# campaign of Starbucks, I will shut down my phone until the end of tomorrow!  Have a simple life just like in my childhood, reading books and talking to people around me. The furthest distance in the world is that I stand in front of you yet you are on your phone.



“秤子是个粗心妞” :# Heads Up # Look up and find love – you will see a shadow in the shape of a heart on the window at Starbucks, what a lovely day!


The numbers continue to rise, reaching over 2 million online commitments of people backing the cause.


People who visited Starbucks stores on 16th October showed great interest and spontaneously signed their names on the posters to support the movement. Starbucks then gave all customers a free size upgrade on their drinks so that they could linger over that real conversation a little longer.

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Categories: Hot Beverages, Soft Drinks

BBDO Asia, Tue, 22 Oct 2013 04:03:26 GMT