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HSBC: Onwards

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The latest HSBC UK campaign created by J. Walter Thompson London, demonstrates how HSBC's products and services seamlessly enable progress, keeping its customers moving onwards with their lives. The four specific offerings are: a one day mortgage approval service, Voice ID for telephone banking, Fast Balance (checking your balance without logging in on mobile) and personal loan top-ups available on your mobile. The integrated campaign includes outdoor, press, social, digital and a TV spot - all dramatising the idea of progress by following individuals on their onwards journeys - such as a poster showing a man on a motor bike travelling across America with the line: "Broken engine this morning. Back on the road this afternoon". The 60" TVC set in New Zealand, uses Kate Winslet as the VO artist, and demonstrates the bank's new Voice ID technology. The plot is based on a heart-warming story of a young boy who is trying to gain access into a group of friends' mysterious den. After a few unsuccessful attempts to provide the right password, he receives a text telling him to use just his voice to gain entry; and the secret den turns out to be even better than imagined.
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OOH/Print/Digital: Chris Jones and Kell Lunam-Cowan

Planning Director: Omar El Gammal

Business Director: David Clyde

Board Account Director: Patrick Netherton

Senior Account Manager: Sophie Christiansen

Account Manager: Eloise Liddell

Assistant TV Producer: Edmund Thorn

Editor: Simon Price

Sound: Andy Humphries at 750mph

Post Producer: Tom Cole at MPC

Colourist: Mattiheu Toullet at MPC

VFZ Supervisor: Alexander Gabucci at MPC

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