(The above means ‘Kon’nichiwa’ – ‘Hello’ in Japanese) Stand for Japan was undoubtedly a popular contest among eYeka creators. After all, what’s not to love about Japan? The culture, the food, the history, manga, anime, and many other things make us fall in love with this country of Sakura.
Earlier this month, Asatsu-DK (ADK)and eYeka showcased the benefits of co-creation at ad:tech in Tokyo. ad:tech is an international series of events about digital advertising and technology where the marketing community meets to explore the technologies that are transforming the business. ADK is a leading advertising agency in Japan who organized the ‘Stand for Japan’ contest and they are also partner of eYeka.
One of the projects they were showing at the event was the ‘Stand for Japan’ contest. In short, this means some of your entries were being shown in public! Say yeahhh!!
Prior to this event, some of the artworks and videos you made were exhibited at the underground square of Tokyo Station from July to October 2012. Isn’t it cool? :D
Here’s a video showing it. It’s quite long at 19 minutes, but maybe you can leave it to buffer completely then come back and see whether you can spot your creation there ;)
So, back to the ad:tech event. We are (very) happy to say that a lot of visitors were impressed with the quality of your creations!
Here are some pictures from the event. Enjoy! And once again, well done everyone! You deserve the recognition!
Lastly, we can’t agree more with ADK in saying that eYeka’s community is extraordinarily creative. Who knows this better than you do? ;)
Stay creative! Cheers!