If you have a great fact, all you have to do is get out of the way
So Nasa have filed 6,509 patents to date, whereas for the A6, Audi filed 9,621...to me that's an amazing fact. It takes up approximately 2 seconds in this ad; the remaining 1min 28 seconds is a lot of admittedly impressive filming, but why hide such a gem in amongst all of it?
Anyway this ad ran a while ago, I just came across it during work - a lot of the time there seems to be lots of stuff that gets in the way of the great facts that lie at the heart of brands - why do they get lost? Why do people forget that consumers are interested in stuff like this, this is what makes people engage with brands, not the fancy pants frilly bits around the outside.
Is it about winning awards or engaging with consumers?