Brands ♥ emojis

25 February 2016

1. Pepsi launches emojis in Australia

As part of the “Say it with Pepsi” global campaign, Pepsi has introduced emojis to Australia on cans and keyboards. #PepsiMoji launches today, following its introduction in other markets including Russia, Canada and Thailand. The PepsiMoji designs are on Pepsi regular cans and bottles produced by Pepsi bottling partner, Schweppes Australia, and the keyboard...

2. Uber and Samsung give life to stagnant emojis

Samsung and Uber have partnered up to launch #GalaxyEmojisAlive - a joint campaign that brings some of Australia’s favourite emojis to life. The campaign has been created to reward Samsung Galaxy owners across Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth by providing customers with the opportunity to express their favourite emojis in the flesh, delivered on-demand...

3. Chevrolet first brand to jump on Facebook reactions

Chevrolet is the first brand to jump on the newly launched Facebook reactions, launching a campaign encouraging viewers to stop liking and start loving. The new reactions appear as emojis – called love, haha, wow, sad, yay and angry. They are an extension of the ‘like’ button that allows users to pick from different emotions. John Cusack, Chevy’s voiceover...
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