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Our new Moccona campaign Awakens something special

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Moccona has launched ‘Awaken’, a new breakfast blend with a M&C Saatchi-created campaign that invites customers to ‘Wake up to something special”.

Like its predecessors, this campaign indulges in a special Moccona moment. In this instance, it’s that precious time between waking and getting on with your day when you savour your first coffee.

Shot entirely on location in Rome, the spot evokes a ‘Sleeping Beauty’ type fairytale that reflects Moccona’s European heritage and light-hearted romantic approach.

The campaign went live last night (Sunday) with 45 and 30 second TVCs and a 60-second cinema spot.

The commercial’s lead actor was flown in from Italy to introduce ‘Awaken’ at a Moccona breakfast event at Uccello Restaurant in Sydney’s Ivy last week.

The Moccona Master Brewer and ‘Awaken’ creator was also on hand to keep the brews flowing and take guests through the thinking and process behind the new morning blend at the event organized by M&C Saatchi’s PR company BangPR.

Marketing Director Rena Chatterjee said: “We want to remind Australians to start their day with a great cup of coffee. M&C Saatchi have done a great job of bringing this to life with the Sleeping Beauty ad.”

M&C Saatchi Executive Creative Director Ben Welsh said: “It's great to do some good old fashioned story telling, particularly when you can capture the authenticity of character and place like this. Thank you Rena.”

Check out the 60-second spot below:

Help M&C Saatchi Syd win a Webby for ‘The Art of Noise’

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Our work for Noise International is in the running for a prestigious global Webby Award, but we need your help.

The website that combined technology with sound to humorous effect is a nominee for the hotly contested Best Use of Animation or Motion Graphics Award.

Winners are determined by votes, and you can cast yours here.

You can vote up to four times each, with FB, Twitter, G+ and email.

Currently we’re in 1st place, but our rivals are nipping at our heels.

We’ll need all the votes we can get to stay ahead for two more weeks.

The Webby's, presented by the Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences, celebrate 'The Best of the Web'. They're known as The Oscars of the Internet.

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