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Pedro
Gouveia

   
    ︎︎︎ Creative Director
    ︎︎︎ Art & Copy

Meet Pedro de Gouveia - a Creative Director who's skilled in both art direction and copywriting. With a passion for generating fresh and exciting ideas, Pedro is always in creative mode. When he's not working on client projects, you might spot him taking a bike ride through the city, trying to teach his dog new tricks or disturbing his neighbors with his guitar at maximum volume. His work is recognized by prestigious festivals, including Cannes Lions, Clios, One Show, Effie Latam, El Ojo, among others.

    ︎Currently at Ogilvy Brazil
        as Creative Director




︎︎︎Drop me a line  

    ︎pedrogouveia1403@gmail.com
    ︎+55 11 99494-1707
    ︎Linkedin
    ︎Instagram


︎︎︎Experience

    ︎Ogilvy
    ︎Almap BBDO | Freelance
    ︎Y&R 
    ︎CUBOCC
    ︎JWT
    ︎Isobar


︎︎︎Awards & Recognitions

    ︎Cannes Lions
        1 Gold
        1 Silver
        6 Shortlists

    ︎Clio
        1 Grand Clio
        1 Silver
        1 Bronze

    ︎One Show
        1 Bronze

    ︎El ojo
        2 Gold
        1 Silver
        1 Bronze

    ︎LIA
        2 Finalist
        
    ︎Effie LATAM
        2 Gold
       
    ︎Effie
        1 Grand Effie
        4 Gold
        1 Silver
        1 Bronze

    ︎AdForum PHNX 21/22
          AdForum PHNX 22/23  
          Award Jury


︎︎︎Thanks for visiting

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︎

Pedro
Gouveia

   
    ︎︎︎ Creative Director
    ︎︎︎ Art & Copy

Meet Pedro de Gouveia - a Creative Director who's skilled in both art direction and copywriting. With a passion for generating fresh and exciting ideas, Pedro is always in creative mode. When he's not working on client projects, you might spot him taking a bike ride through the city, trying to teach his dog new tricks or disturbing his neighbors with his guitar at maximum volume. His work is recognized by prestigious festivals, including Cannes Lions, Clios, One Show, Effie Latam, El Ojo, among others.


    ︎Currently at Ogilvy Brazil
        as Creative Director

︎︎︎Drop me a line

    ︎pedrogouveia1403@gmail.com
    ︎+55 11 99494-1707
    ︎Linkedin
    ︎Instagram

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/Magalu

Getting rid of the curse of 7x1


When superstition takes over a nation


We needed to create a nationwide campaign to increase Magalu"s TV sales as the 2018 FIFA World Cup approached. Brazilians love football, but the 2018 edition did not excite them. As you may recall, Brazil was thrashed 7x1 by Germany in 2014, and the national team hasn't been playing as well since. But we still needed to persuade people to buy a new TV to watch the World Cup, so we decided to tap into the most primal Brazilian emotion: superstition. Will you be brave enough to watch the Brazil game on the same TV as "7x1"? With this provocative concept, we launched a 360o campaign inviting people to bring their old TVs, the "jinxed" ones in which they watched that dreadful game, to the stores to trade-in for a brand new one.

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Will you be brave enough to watch the Brazil game on the same TV of the "7x1"?


Trade-in your TV for a discount at Magalu.
"Jinx, get out!"


Will you be brave enough to watch the Brazil game on the same TV of the "7x1"?


Your TV for the sixth championship can’t be the same as the 7x1


Type by MotorNiveo

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Undoubtedly football is
a big deal here in Brazil.


The campaign was a huge success, with over 1.000.000 TVs sold during that time period. With 76 percent growth, it was the company's best quarter in five years. A historic victory. Magalu's distribution center was crammed with "jinxed" trade-in television. Definitely a smash hit.




Destination: Argentina


As our distribution centre was piling up with traded TVs, we needed to get rid of all that amount of bad luck. Obviously, the logical choice was to SEND TO ARGENTINA our biggest rivals. We made a video mocking our "hermanos" and even their maximum idol. Some people even thanked us for passing along the curse.


Mission Complete


We messed around the Brazilian way and it paid off. Getting more attention than a lot of official sponsors. It was a quarter to get into retail history books. Unfortunately, we didn’t win the World Cup, but we did better than our national team. The jinxed TVs sent to Argentina accomplished their assignment.




The TVs were actually sent to an ecological disposal BUT as you can see something happened 😏 You can watch the full case here.



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