Paul Ricard created his anise drink 80 years ago. Nothing has changed in the recipe ever since, however the former small firm has turned into a large group. How did the little brand from Marseille spread all around the world? Thanks to all the communication techniques. A fine lesson in advertising exhibited at the Musée de la Publicité.
With this highly documented novel, Pierre Assouline gives us a non-objective, though global and new point of view of a company’s life. Inside the hotel’s walls, a performance of the Parisian and international scene is being played with political, emotional and social stakes.
After failing to launch its new packaging in the United States – announced by a return to the former design and a loss of 35 million dollars in the reworking and the media campaign – Tropicana, a PepsiCo subsidiary, continues with its chaotic communication.
La Vache qui rit is a great story: the family saga starts in 1865 and gives birth to one of the first industrial brands. Today, it is also one of the best-known brands in France. Since last May 21st La Vache qui rit has opened its house: a park, a big space built on the cheese former production site in Le Jura. With a video on production and more than 600 promotion items, the story is generously illustrated.
Historical approach, cultural approach, environmental approach (the site was built with High Environmental Quality criteria). Indeed, yet, the family line is obvious: the green house is mostly a fun house for a mass-market brand.