We don't make brands famous, we make brands popular.
At Leo Burnett, we have no greater goal than to take each of our clients' brands and put them in a position of popularity by making them part of the fabric of real people's lives. That's what we're about and that's the outcome that we always focus on.
And it's this end result that matters to us. We don't try to create a particular style of advertising, nor do we have a set of rules that our communication must follow. Our obsession is how we can achieve the outcome of popularity for each of the brands we work with.
We do this by creating work that appeals to the mass market, work that is inclusive and bold. We want to create work that's one size too big; work that a brand can grow into and that will appeal to more than just the immediate target audience.
We work with some of the nation's most-loved brands. Brands that are a part of people's everyday lives. The long-standing relationships we have with clients such as P&G (42 years), McDonald's (26 years) and Kellogg (45 years) are testament to both our understanding of their consumers and the effective work that we create for these brands.
And we create this work in whatever channel is most relevant t the audience. Consumers don't think in channels, they think aout brands they like, and they expect them to behave in the same way wherever they access them. All business is now multi channel and Leo Burnett is structured accordingly. The Leo Burnett Group specialise in Advertising, Digital, Social Media, Content and Innovation, Sales Promotion, Direct Marketing, Event Management, Licensing and Luxury Branding.
We have one planning department across all these disciplines; one account management team; one production department and one P&L.
We have one desired outcome: To make brands popular.