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Free Heineken 0.0 Gift Pack

I completely missed this freebie when it was available this morning, and it appears that is was popular since it is no longer available for the time being. But fear not! According to their website there are more Heineken 0.0 gift pack on the way! This morning Molson-Coors was giving away these gift packs, and if you manages to snag one just will be on its way soon, and should arrive within 4-6 weeks. Those of you who missed out will have another opportunity when more gift packs become available...
Tags: Shopping, Canada, Free Stuff, Heineken, Molson Coors, Canadian Freebies

Publishers brace for a potential Facebook traffic crash after Australia ban

Hi and welcome to Insider Advertising for February 19. I'm senior advertising reporter Lauren Johnson, and here's what's going on:Publishers react to Facebook news block.WarnerMedia axes agencies."Reply All" backlash.If this email was forwarded to you, sign up here for your daily insider's guide to advertising and media.Tips, comments, suggestions? Drop me a line at [email protected] or on Twitter at @LaurenJohnson. Nick Wass/Associated Press Facebook's news ban has crushe...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Media, Maryland, Australia, Advertising, Dc Comics, Trends, Digital Media, Heineken, News Corp, Gal Gadot, Reilly, Havas, Dos Equis

Heineken: Love The Game

February is known globally as the month of love, peaking on the Feb. 14th, Valentine's Day. But February is also the month of love - love for the game of Football. Because it signals the return of the most exciting continental football tournament in the world - The UEFA Champions League. This short video spot uses the famed Heineken wit to highlight this truth.
Tags: Advertising, Heineken

How the coronavirus has boosted non-alcoholic beer

The fermentation vessels at the Brooklyn Brewery, in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Richard Drew/AP Non-alcoholic beer, like Brooklyn Brewery's Special Effects, has seen huge growth in the past year. Covid lockdowns are leading us to rethink our habits, while innovations have made NA beer tastier.  The global market for NA beer could be worth $29 billion by 2026, according to one prediction.  Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. A few years back, Eric Ottaway was traveling in E...
Tags: Health, Wellness, Europe, UK, London, News, Sweden, California, Germany, Alcohol, Berlin, Bars, US, Trends, Spain, Indianapolis

Heineken is cutting 8,000 jobs as it moves 'beyond beer'

Heineken is cutting 8,000 jobs and trying to "move beyond beer" after the pandemic hammered sales.
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Heineken cuts 8,000 jobs after Covid hits sales

The brewing giant said 2020 had been a year of "unprecedented disruption".
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Brewer Heineken to Cut 8,000 Jobs After Pandemic Losses

Dutch beer brewer Heineken says it plans to cut 8,000 staff, nearly 10% of its global workforce, as part of a cost-cutting reorganization.
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Heineken Says Cutting Around 8,000 Jobs in Restructuring

(Reuters) - Dutch brewer Heineken said it was cutting around 8,000 jobs following a review of its operations launched in October.The cuts will lead...
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New CEO to Cut 8,000 Jobs as Heineken Feels Pandemic Effect

By Philip BlenkinsopBRUSSELS (Reuters) - Heineken NV plans to cut about 8,000 jobs, the Dutch beer group said on Wednesday, seeking to restore...
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Heineken to Cut 8,000 Jobs to Restore Pre-Pandemic Margins

By Philip BlenkinsopBRUSSELS (Reuters) - Heineken NV plans to cut about 8,000 jobs, the Dutch group said on Wednesday, seeking to restore operating...
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Covid caution infects investors

The pandemic has forced some companies to cancel or pause capital expenditure, jeopardising long-term economic growth The post Covid caution infects investors appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Business, Corruption, Crime, Poverty, Heineken, Toyota, National Planning Commission, South African Reserve Bank, Nedbank, Rosemary Anderson, Distell, South African Breweries, Tsogo Sun, Alcohol Ban, COVID-19, Subs-only

Word of the week: Cheersing

People have been cheerful since the 15th century and have cheered one another on for just about as long. But you may be surprised, as I was, to learn that we’ve been saying “Cheers!” as “a toast or salutation before drinking,” as the OED puts it, only since the 20th century, and relatively late in the century at that—the OED’s earliest citation is from the Sunday Times of Perth, Australia, September 14, 1930: “The brief toast of ‘Cheers, dears!’” We can also credit the Aussies with Cheers! as a...
Tags: Advertising, Beer, Linguistics, Heineken, Food And Drink, Dick, Australian, Jane, Word of The Week, Nancy Friedman, Lynne Murphy, Anthimeria, Sunday Times of Perth Australia, Neal Whitman

Heineken Champions Cup: Coronavirus cancellation rules "far too harsh", says Ugo Monye

Heineken Champions Cup rules handing a 28-0 defeat to sides responsible for coronavirus-related cancellations are "far too harsh", says former England wing Ugo Monye.
Tags: England, News, Heineken, Ugo Monye

Heineken Champions Cup: Bordeaux-Begles 47-8 Dragons

Depleted Dragons suffer a second Champions Cup defeat as Bordeaux-Begles inflicted a heavy loss with seven tries.
Tags: News, Heineken, Bordeaux Bègles

Heineken Champions Cup: Scarlets awarded 28-0 'win' over Toulon cancellation

Scarlets are handed a 28-0 'victory' in their cancelled Heineken Champions Cup match with Toulon.
Tags: News, Heineken, Toulon

Heineken Champions Cup: Leinster 35-19 Northampton Saints

Leinster recover from several early injury setbacks to record a 35-19 victory over Northampton Saints in Dublin.
Tags: News, Heineken, Leinster, Northampton Saints

Toulon pull out of Scarlets Heineken Champions Cup tie over Covid-19 case at Welsh club

Toulon pull out of Friday's Heineken Champions Cup match at Scarlets after a Scarlets player tested positive for Covid-19 earlier this week.
Tags: News, Heineken, Toulon, COVID

Heineken Champions Cup: Fairbrother allowed out of isolation for Dragons at Bordeaux-Begles

Dragons prop Lloyd Fairbrother is allowed to end his self-isolation to travel to Bordeaux-Begles for their Heineken Champions Cup game on Saturday.
Tags: News, Heineken, Fairbrother, Bordeaux Bègles, Lloyd Fairbrother

Covid-19 outbreaks: Bath Champions Cup match with La Rochelle called off

Bath's Heineken Champions Cup fixture with La Rochelle on Saturday is called off, with 12 players isolating because of coronavirus.
Tags: News, Heineken, La Rochelle

Exeter & Glasgow Champions Cup games off due to Covid-19 outbreak at Chiefs

Holders Exeter's Heineken Champions Cup match at Toulouse on Sunday is cancelled because of a Covid-19 outbreak at the Chiefs.
Tags: News, Heineken, Toulouse, Exeter, Chiefs

Heineken Champions Cup: Holders Exeter's match at Toulouse cancelled after Covid-19 outbreak

Holders Exeter's Heineken Champions Cup match at Toulouse on Sunday is cancelled because of a Covid-19 outbreak at the Chiefs.
Tags: News, Heineken, Toulouse

HEINEKEN - The Driver's Fridge (2020) case study (Singapore)

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Heineken Creates an Interactive 3D Billboard That Doubles as a Bar

Outdoor advertising doesn't need to be flat and functional--it can be interactive and fun, as this new stunt by Publicis for Heineken 0.0 in Brazil demonstrates. The agency created a clever 3D, interactive billboard on a Rio de Janeiro road that doubled as a bar, complete with bar staff. The pop-up outdoor bar, which was...
Tags: Advertising, Outdoor, Brazil, Heineken, Rio De Janeiro, Publicis, Food & Beverage, CPG, Marketing Innovation

Heineken Zero: The Driver's Fridge

The team designed this unique beef fridge with the same features and technology of a modern car door. The fridge can only be opened with car keys - the fridge detects the frequency sent by the car keys and automatically unlocks. The Driver's Fridges were taken to prime locations around Singapore like Orchard Road and Clarke Quay.
Tags: Singapore, Advertising, Heineken, Orchard Road

Heineken Zero: Outdoor Bar

Driving through the streets and being impacted by images from a billboard is common. But for drivers who are close to the Rodrigo de Freitas Lagoon, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, this experience was quite different in the beginning of this month (Dec. 10th-13th ). That's because the zero-alcohol version of Brazil's best-selling premium beer Heineken 0.0 featured the “Outdoor Bar”: an unprecedented bar-shaped billboard. The activation explored new momen...

Heineken Champions Cup: Exeter 42-0 Glasgow

Exeter begin their Heineken Champions Cup defence in dominant style, keeping Glasgow scoreless as fans return to Sandy Park.
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Champions Exeter hammer Glasgow as they start their Champions Cup defence in style

Exeter begin their Heineken Champions Cup defence in dominant style, keeping Glasgow scoreless as fans return to Sandy Park.
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Heineken Champions Cup: Bristol 38-51 Clermont

Bristol were outshone by Clermont in their first Champions Cup game since 2008, as the French side put on a thrilling seven-try attacking display.
Tags: News, Heineken, Bristol, Clermont

2021 Trends: The Simple Life

In November, we launched our annual trends report – Think Forward 2021: The Social Reset. It features the six key trends that we expect to shape social media over the next 12 months. This post looks at the first trend covered in the report: The Simple Life. For more, check out the full Think Forward report here. Lately, humanity has been pretty stressed out, and the events of 2020 have done little to ease the strain. As a result, the desire to pull back to protect what’s most important to us...
Tags: Digital, Social Media, Brands, Seo, Brand Marketing, Middle East, Heineken, Facebook Groups, Thought Leadership, The Simple Life, Animal Crossing, Tiktok, Think Forward 2021, Wholesome Content, Garden Marcus

Q&A: Lagunitas CMO Paige Guzman on Canvas Worldwide and What’s on Tap Next For the Brand

This week, Heineken-owned pioneering California brewery Lagunitas Brewing Company appointed Canvas Worldwide as its U.S. media agency of record, following a review conducted internally. Canvas Worldwide, Adweek's Breakthrough Media Agency of the Year for 2020, already worked with Heineken USA but the Lagunitas brand largely operates independently from Heineken. We caught up with Paige Guzman,...
Tags: California, Advertising, Heineken, Lagunitas, Heineken USA, Lagunitas Brewing Company, Leadership & Talent, Lagunitas CMO, Paige Guzman, Canvas Worldwide Adweek