Featuring several ridiculous products from “Feel like a NEW HOME Collection”, Using 3 main living problems in Tongue-in-cheek style of humor.
Do not Disturb Hoodie
Funny ways to solve no privacy problem, just wear this hoodie which is inspired by race horse blinder. It could shield you from any chaotic situation and let you stay focused on your tasks. Make you ‘feel like’ having privacy.
To mimic the heart of Bangkok’s sensation. The diffuser scent combines all the town, the community mall scent, the traffic smoke, the busy streets atmosphere. Just take a deep breath to feel that familiar mood. Make you ‘feel like’ living in Downtown Bangkok.
The beautiful greenery view is always highly demanding and soothing. Just stick this magical poster on the wall, you will instantly get a fascinating greenery view. Make you ‘feel like’ living in a room with a gorgeous view.
Moreover, in every product we have attached a provoked message that says “If ‘Feel like a new home’ is not enough. You really need to “BUY” a new home at SC FINAL SALE.”
Get free products at SC ASSET Sale Gallery. But we wish you better not miss this year SC FINAL SALE.
CES 2019: The Brand and Consumer Takeaways
January 17, 2019
by Ben Levine, Peter Fasano, and Mike Tidmarsh
It’s mid-January, which means it’s time for every ad agency, technology company, data firm, and armchair blogger to write their recap of what happened at CES and what it means for our industries and the world around us.
And while we at Ogilvy are here shamelessly contributing to that post-Vegas noise, our hope is to provide a bit of a unique point of view. Our perspective is not so much centered around the technologies of CES as artifacts of progress or innovation, but instead what all of the innovation that surrounds CES means for consumers and the brands they interact with.
On Day One of CES, we wandered around the convention center floor. There, we saw a layout very similar to CES of past years: We entered through a parking lot full of autonomous vehicles into a central hall of major TV, phone and computer manufacturers. There was an entire annex for drones. Another for earth-bound robots. We wandered past a notably empty and abandoned area that had been reserved for cryptocurrencies. Past that, a field of people watching TV screens in beanbag chairs—the telltale sign of eSports in action.
Of course, there were some areas that seemed new or larger than they had been. There was a ton of 5G technologies featured, and even a healthy contingent of…connected adult device companies…in a not-so-nondescript corner of the hall.
But as we wandered, we found ourselves talking more about the practical applications of the technologies featured, rather than their novelty. As we were taking a look at a machine-learning ping pong robot, Peter muttered, “Iteration. Not innovation.” And while we don’t think that’s an original phrase coinage (even when talking about CES), it was an extremely accurate description for almost everything we saw last week.