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Founded in 1969, Deutsch is an advertising, design and digital agency known for its award-winning creative campaigns. With more than 800 employees across New York and LA, the agency’s mission is to create the most original and shareable work in the world.
Deutsch’s integrated practices include creative advertising, media planning and buying, all aspects of digital marketing and product development, including e-commerce and mobile, multicultural marketing, public relations, invention, social media, design, branded entertainment, production, music, and experiential marketing. Deutsch’s clients include Volkswagen, Johnson & Johnson, Taco Bell, Target, Uber, DraftKings, Dr Pepper, PNC Bank, Snapple, Tile, Georgia-Pacific and 7-Eleven among others. Deutsch has been named one of the most innovative companies in advertising by Fast Company, and has regularly appeared on Advertising Age’s A-List.
Deutsch and WATERisLIFE Use VR to Educate Children About Clean Water
If you think VR games are only good for transporting you out of your living room and not for making the world a better place, the Hidden Dangers VR experience might just change your mind. Created by nonprofit WATERisLIFE (WiL) and Deutsch, this first-of-its-kind educational VR game makes invisible dangers visible for the next generation in places like rural Thailand, where bacteria, chemicals, trash and corroded metal are polluting rivers that people depend on for their water, food, and everyday life. Read More
Deutsch Hacks Venmo to Raise Money for Clean Water and Hygiene
Deutsch worked with its pro bono client, WATERisLIFE to create the Venmo MicroHack to raise money for this charity whose mission is to provide clean water, sanitation and hygiene programs to save lives and transform communities. Venmo is the most popular social payment app among millennials – and it doesn’t allow ads. Read More
Deutsch LA and Angel Soft Launch Touching Work for Father’s Day
Angel Soft and Deutsch LA launched a new video for Father’s Day. Entitled “Happy Father’s Day, Mr. Rayos,” the video shares the story of a long-distance dad working three jobs to support his children back home in the Philippines. He’s a widower who immigrated to the US in order to give his family a better life, sending money back home to provide his children with an education. This video is part of the “Be Soft. Be Strong” campaign which launched last year with “Happy Father’s Day, Mom.”... Read More
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