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Wings wide spread.

Widen the world. Socially.

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The chal­lenge.

Turkish Airlines, “Best Airline in Europe”, connects cultures by offering over 285 desti­na­tions. So the time had come to meet people beyond space and time.

 

The strategy.

Turkish Airlines offers a premium on-board service. DELASO­CIAL devel­oped a new customer support service that broadens the audi­ence on board the social journey across cultures.

 

The execu­tion.

Face­book, Twitter, and special content hubs catered to the great expe­ri­ence of trav­eling the beau­tiful world with Turkish Airlines. Engaging contests boosted the adven­ture of flying.

 

The expe­ri­ence.

Fans of Turkish Airlines get live avia­tion insights and involving travel reports. Turkish Airlines brings cultures closer – while widening the world.

  • Turk­ishAir­lines
  • Delight­ful­Sto­ries
  • tkmo­ments
  • Social­Me­dia­Man­age­ment
  • Content­Mar­keting
  • Commu­ni­ty­Man­age­ment
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Safety first.

Around the world, compa­nies are facing cyber­at­tacks. The objec­tive of F-Secure is to educate and to generate leads. The Busi­ness Secu­rity Insider content hub high­lights devel­op­ments for deci­sion-makers.

 

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  • FSecure
  • Soft­ware
  • Busi­nessSe­cu­rity
  • Content­Mar­keting
  • ContentHub
  • CRM
  • Lead­Gen­er­a­tion
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We are family.

 

Miele is a family brand.

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The chal­lenge.

As one of the most well-known home appli­ance brands in the world, Miele is an inte­gral part of nearly every family. But Miele has not been part of the social family – until now.

 

 

The strategy.

A global social strategy defines a set of targets, the content the RoI, and KPIs. The goal: To estab­lish Miele as a perma­nent member of the loyal social commu­nity. And ulti­mately: To become the social family!

 

The execu­tion.

Orches­trating Twitter, Insta­gram, Face­book, content hubs, and live event broad­casting. With an effi­cient tool set. The overall motto: Share love­able moments with Miele!

 

 

The expe­ri­ence.

As a member of the family, Miele supports other family members, too. Miele shows this deep care for a better life by sharing home-centered content and by providing valu­able services to the Miele commu­nity.

  • Miele
  • Home
  • Social­Strategy
  • Content­Mar­keting
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Window to the world.

Lever­aging Face­book as a sales trigger.

The chal­lenge.

To give millions of friends access to Mont­blanc stores world­wide as well as the oppor­tu­nity to make an appoint­ment.

 

The strategy.

A new multi­fea­tured store finder needed to be created and inte­grated not only into montblanc.com but also into the Face­book wall and the mobile app.

 

The execu­tion.

The Store Locator uses geolo­ca­tion func­tion­al­i­ties as well as ZIP code or address searches. Customers can easily search for different types of stores nearest them.

 

The expe­ri­ence.

DELASO­CIAL deliv­ered a fast, highly scal­able and quality func­tion­ality that allows poten­tial customers to easily make an appoint­ment at the store or to use turn-by-turn navi­ga­tion on their smart­phones.

  • Mont­blanc
  • App
  • Luxu­ry­Goods
  • Store­Lo­cator
  • Devel­op­ment
  • Loca­tion­based­Ser­vices
  • CMS
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Blow!

smell!  

taste!

Our coders devel­oped a new website ecosystem for Darboven – tech­ni­cally. Actu­ally, DELASO­CIAL created unri­valed coffee enjoy­ment. Living the culture of coffee.

 

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  • Darboven
  • FMCG
  • Food
  • Customer­Ex­pe­ri­ence
  • Content­Mar­keting
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Filling the Gap

Social fashion stories.

The chal­lenge. To re-enter the German market without a store, promote the launch of the Gap online store in Germany, and connect both online and offline touch­points. The strategy. Creating a buzz for Gap throughout the fashion and lifestyle scene in Germany via a three-day pop-up event. And then trans­fer­ring that buzz to the digital world by lever­aging the power of fashion influ­encers. The execu­tion. Social meets offline, meets content, meets fashion hearts. DJs, upcoming musi­cians, and popular blog­gers who give exclu­sive styling tips lead to the new summer collec­tion in the Gap online store. The expe­ri­ence. #GapGer­many is back. Thanks to blogger atten­tion, we gained various user-gener­ated content on Insta­gram and Face­book, signif­i­cantly increasing traffic on Gap.de.

Digital style.

  • GapGer­many
  • Fashion
  • Social­Me­dia­Man­age­ment
  • Influ­encer­Mar­keting
  • Blog­ger­Re­la­tions
  • Content­Mar­keting
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bmw

Horse­power becomes human power.

The chal­lenge.

 

To bring together a versa­tile fan base that is just as inter­ested in powerful engines as it is in luxu­rious inte­riors.

 

 

The strategy.

 

With great horse­power comes great respon­si­bility. Which is why we made sure that BMW Austria stays ahead of the compe­ti­tion by building Austria’s largest social media commu­nity for an auto­mo­tive brand.

 

 

The execu­tion.

 

Nurturing a vibrant commu­nity by shaping the conver­sa­tion at eye level. Merging commu­ni­ca­tions on Face­book, Twitter, and Insta­gram with content that high­lights the power and luxury of the BMW brand.

 

 

The expe­ri­ence.

 

BMW fans all share a deep connec­tion to their favorite auto­mo­biles. We carried this love into the digital world by fueling social media chan­nels with sharable and engaging content.

 

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  • BMWAus­tria
  • Auto­mo­tive
  • Content­Mar­keting
  • Social­Me­dia­Man­age­ment
  • Commu­ni­ty­Man­age­ment
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Melting pot.

DELASO­CIAL rein­ter­preted the Häagen-Dazs passion, epit­o­mizing ulti­mate ice cream indul­gence, in the social media world – by collab­o­rating with influ­encers and turning fans into brand ambas­sadors.

 

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  • Häagen­Dazs
  • GeneralMills
  • FMCG
  • Nicht­sist­wieDazs
  • Blog­ger­Re­la­tions
  • Influ­encer­Mar­keting
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Track record.

DELASO­CIAL iden­ti­fies user-gener­ated content in all key markets – analyzing customer expe­ri­ences and consumer’s needs for AMG. In order to guide them onto the right track of product devel­op­ment.

  • AMG
  • Social­Lis­tening
  • Auto­mo­tive
  • Datadriven­Mar­keting
  • Consumer­Pro­filing
  • Customer­Ex­pe­ri­ence
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The test drive triple.

Retar­geting. The next fast lane.

 

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The chal­lenge.

BMW is known for in-depth perfor­mance marketing. DELASO­CIAL was chal­lenged with the task to measur­ably generate test drive conver­sions by launching social ad campaigns.

 

The strategy.

DELASO­CIAL created perfor­mance-driven campaigns that combine social network content creation and adver­tising to generate a data-driven traffic and remar­keting solu­tion.

 

The execu­tion.

All campaigns feature a careful balance of both worlds: info­tain­ment and sales. Statis­tics and engage­ment of any channel activ­i­ties are tracked with detail to measure the number of offer requests.

 

The expe­ri­ence.

Content, ads, and measure­ment are our “test drive lead triple”. The social adver­tising campaigns became an inte­gral compo­nent of each new BMW sales campaign. We boosted sales leads and offers via Face­book.

  • BMW
  • Auto­mo­tive
  • Sales
  • Conver­sions
  • Social­Me­dia­Man­age­ment
  • Social­Ad­ver­tising
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Star Wars

Reaching for the stars.

 

The chal­lenge.
Getting the DICE treat­ment. Shooter experts are bringing the force of Elec­tronic Arts into the Star Wars universe. The commu­nity demands nothing short of the perfect game.


The strategy.
DELASO­CIAL bundled everyone’s expe­ri­ences into a strategic concept to create a clear commu­ni­ca­tion outline: Star Wars Battle­front is different from what fans expected, but it delivers exactly what they wanted.

The execu­tion.
Strong key messaging and pinpoint accu­racy when choosing activ­i­ties allowed us to achieve maximum expo­sure while staying within the license limi­ta­tions for utilizing the Star Wars hype.

  • Elec­tron­i­cArts
  • Star­Wars
  • Battle­front
  • Gaming
  • Enter­tain­ment
  • Inte­grat­ed­Com­mu­ni­ca­tions
  • Medi­aRe­la­tions
  • Influ­encer­Mar­keting
  • Event­Man­age­ment

The expe­ri­ence.
Focusing on an all-channel approach, including PR, influ­encer marketing, huge local events, and strong owned-channel content made this a one-of-a-kind campaign for a one-of-a-kind product.

  • Elec­tron­i­cArts
  • Star­Wars
  • Battle­front
  • Gaming
  • Enter­tain­ment
  • Inte­grat­ed­Com­mu­ni­ca­tions
  • Medi­aRe­la­tions
  • Influ­encer­Mar­keting
  • Event­Man­age­ment

Battle­front

Battle­front

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Inven­tive incen­tive.

Drive secure. Save money. The perfect Signal Iduna approach for novice drivers.

 

The chal­lenge.

Novice drivers are cost-inten­sive poli­cy­holders of car insur­ance. So how can young drivers be attracted by the perfect rate?

 

The strategy.

Driving a car should be a plea­sure. DELASO­CIAL took a gami­fi­ca­tion car insur­ance approach, paired with a “Save money!” atti­tude for urban millen­nials.

 

The execu­tion.

DELASO­CIAL devel­oped a modern car insur­ance concept for poten­tial customers ages 18 to 30: sijox Meine Mobil­ität package with AppDrive®. A mobile app which connects with your car to measure your driving behavior.

 

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  • SignalIduna
  • sijox
  • Insur­ance
  • Finance
  • Product­De­vel­op­ment
  • App
  • iOS
  • Devel­op­ment

THE EXPE­RI­ENCE.

The more respon­sible you

drive, the more money you

get back. sijox and

DELASO­CIAL created

a car insur­ance

commu­ni­ca­tions

approach that defines

an inno­v­a­tive new

class of insur­ance.

  • SignalIduna
  • sijox
  • Insur­ance
  • Finance
  • Product­De­vel­op­ment
  • App
  • iOS
  • Devel­op­ment

Secure. Sure! 

Secure. Sure!

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Precise insights inside.

DELASO­CIAL provided Mont­blanc with exten­sive insights into the mindset of their customers, iden­ti­fied trends in the luxury goods segment, and moni­tored the brand image on the social web.

  • Mont­blanc
  • Social­Lis­tening
  • Luxu­ry­Goods
  • Datadriven­Mar­keting
  • Insight­Sourcing
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Zum 6. Mal in Folge „Beste Airline Europas“. Wir sind stolz diese Ausze­ich­nung anzunehmen. #WidenY­our­World #SkyTrax #Europes­Best
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imonial.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Office acces­sories. Demon­stra­tive evidence. DELASO­CIAL drafted a content hub which provided compelling product test expe­ri­ences. The result: brand aware­ness and new customers.

 

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  • Fellowes
  • ContentHub
  • Customer­Ex­pe­ri­ence
  • Content­Mar­keting
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The social feed.

A fully digital brand for active, health-conscious people, BIG direkt gesund supports its friends and followers in their chal­lenge to live a healthy happy life every day – with rele­vant content and 24/7 commu­nity support via Face­book, Twitter, and Google+.

 

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  • BIGdi­rek­t­ge­sund
  • Insur­ance
  • Social­Strategy
  • Commu­ni­ty­Sup­port
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dive into another world

Jump-starting the future of Oculus in Europe

THE CHAL­LENGE: VR is about customer expe­ri­ences. You need to see it, to feel it. To believe it. In reality, not virtu­ally. THE STRATEGY: Combining digital with real touch­points to allow consumers in Europe to expe­ri­ence the future. First hand. THE EXECU­TION: Creating live consumer engage­ment expe­ri­ences – mobile, in retail, and at events – with a back channel into the digital world. For live sharing of the future. THE EXPE­RI­ENCE: It is so real. It is so unreal. It is so future. Together with Oculus, DELASO­CIAL brings a thrilling new world to the old world of Europe.

You gotta see it to believe it 

  • Oculus
  • Virtu­al­Re­ality
  • Customer­Journey
  • ConsumerEn­gage­ment
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Stories to tell.

Setting the brand onto the edito­rial stage while telling the stories behind the stories. Putting the segments leather, watches, jewelry, and eyewear into the glam­orous light of red carpet events.

  • Mont­blanc
  • Luxu­ry­Goods
  • Content­Mar­keting
  • ContentHub
  • Story­telling
  • Influ­encer­Mar­keting
  • Blog­ger­Re­la­tions
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Hello Echo.

Hello Otto.

ottifant.de serves as a creative plat­form both for fan arti­cles and for the social chan­nels of Otto Waalkes. The digital world of Mr. Waalkes becomes brighter, more colorful, and … otti­fan­tastic.

 

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  • Otti­fan­ten­shop
  • OttoWaalkes
  • Onli­neshop
  • Shop­ware
  • Ecom­merce
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Mock­ingjay Lo!

Fire burns brighter in the dark­ness.

 

The chal­lenge.

To connect the dedi­cated readers of the book with the rapidly growing fan base of The Hunger Games movie fran­chise, and to transfer the phenom­enon to the digital ecosystem.

 

The strategy.

For the fans, from the fans: DELASO­CIAL opted for a combi­na­tion of creating customized and enter­taining content that taps into the poten­tial of a highly involved commu­nity.

 

The execu­tion.

With social activ­i­ties like Face­book appli­ca­tions, multi­channel campaigns, social adver­tising, and a mobile game, DELASO­CIAL offered fans unique and engaging content for over four years.

 

The expe­ri­ence.

Enjoying, crying, sharing happi­ness. An enthu­si­astic fan base of 2 million Germans and 23 million world­wide is proof that this was one of the most successful social media campaigns for a new movie ever.

 

  • Studio­Canal
  • Katnis­sEverdeen
  • Trib­utevon­Panem
  • TheHungerGames
  • Enter­tain­ment
  • Movie
  • Inte­grat­ed­Com­mu­ni­ca­tions
  • Social­Me­dia­Man­age­ment
  • Social­Ad­ver­tising
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Star-

span­gled.

Tradi­tion­ally, every 7 Series heralds the start of a new era at BMW and sets the tech­no­log­ical stan­dards of tomorrow. In social media, BMW rede­fines a new stan­dard of luxury story­telling.

 

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  • BMW
  • Story­telling
  • Social­Strategy
  • Content­Mar­keting
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    Use of Google+ recom­men­da­tion compo­nents
    Our website employs the “+1“-buttom from Google+ belonging to Google Inc., 1600 Amphithe­atre Parkway, Moun­tain View, CA 94043 USA, here­inafter referred to as “Google“. Each time our website receives an access request equipped with a “+1“ compo­nent, the compo­nent prompts your browser to down­load an image of this compo­nent from Google. Through this process, Google is informed precisely which page of our website is being visited.  As spec­i­fied by Google, your visit under­goes addi­tional analysis in the event you are not logged into your Google account.  If you access our site while logged into Google and press the “+1” button, Google can collect infor­ma­tion about your Google account, websites you recom­mend as well as your IP address, along with other browser-related infor­ma­tion.  This allows your “+1“ recom­men­da­tion to be stored and publi­cized. Your Google “+1“ recom­men­da­tion can then appear as a refer­ence in other Google services, such as search results, your Google account or other places, such as on websites and ads in the internet, , together with your account name and, if applic­able, a picture you provided to Google. Further­more, Google can link your visit to our site with data stored by Google. Google also records this infor­ma­tion for the purpose of further improving Google services. If you wish to mini­mize the collec­tion of infor­ma­tion by Google as previ­ously described, you must log out of your Google account before visiting our website.

    You can access Google‘s data protec­tion poli­cies relating to the “+1“ button together with all rele­vant infor­ma­tion on the collec­tion, transfer and use of data by Google, your rights in this regard as well as your profile settings options at the following link: https://developers.google.com/+/web/buttons-policy

  • Use of Face­book compo­nents
    Our website employs compo­nents provided by facebook.com. Face­book is a service of Face­book Inc., 1601 S. Cali­fornia Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94304, USA.
    Each time our website receives an access request equipped with a Face­book compo­nent, the compo­nent prompts your browser to down­load an image of this Face­book compo­nent. Through this process, Face­book is informed precisely which page of our website is being visited.
    When you access our site while logged into Face­book, Face­book uses infor­ma­tion gath­ered by this compo­nent to iden­tify the precise page you are viewing and assoc­iates this infor­ma­tion to your personal account on Face­book. When­ever you click on the “Like“ button, for example, or enter a comment, this infor­ma­tion is trans­mitted to your personal account on Face­book and stored there. In addi­tion, Face­book is informed of your visit to our website. This occurs regard­less of whether you click on a compo­nent or not.
    If you wish to prevent the transfer to and storage of data by Face­book about you and your inter­ac­tion with our website, you must first log out of Face­book before visiting our website. The data protec­tion poli­cies of Face­book provide addi­tional infor­ma­tion, in partic­ular about the collec­tion and use of data by Face­book, your rights in this regard as well as the options avail­able to you for protecting your privacy: https://de-de.facebook.com/about/privacy/

    In addi­tion, tools are freely avail­able on the market that can be used to block Face­book social plug-ins with add-ons from being added to all commonly used browsers: http://webgraph.com/resources/facebookblocker/

    You can find an overview of Face­book plugins at https://developers.facebook.com/docs/plugins/

    Use of Twitter recom­men­da­tion compo­nents
    Our website employs compo­nents provided by Twitter. Twitter is a service of Twitter Inc., 795 Folsom St., Suite 600, San Fran­cisco, CA 94107, USA.
    Each time our website receives an access request equipped with a Twitter compo­nent, the compo­nent prompts your browser to down­load an image of this compo­nent from Twitter. Through this process, Twitter is informed precisely which page of our website is being visited. We have no control over the data that Twitter collects in the process, or over the extent of the data that Twitter collects. To the best of our knowl­edge, Twitter collects the URL of each website accessed as well as the IP address of the user, but does so solely for the purpose of displaying Twitter compo­nents. Addi­tional infor­ma­tion may be obtained from the Twitter data privacy policy, at: http://twitter.com/privacy.
    You may change your data privacy settings in your account settings, at http://twitter.com/account/settings.

    Use of Xing recom­men­da­tion compo­nents
    Our website employs compo­nents provided by the network XING.com. These compo­nents are a service of XING AG, Damm­torstraße 29–32, 20354 Hamburg, Germany. Each time our website receives an access request equipped with a XING compo­nent, the compo­nent prompts your browser to down­load an image of this compo­nent from XING.

  • To the best of our knowl­edge, XING does not store any personal infor­ma­tion from the user obtained through accessing our website. XING also does not store IP addresses. In addi­tion, no analysis of user activity occurs through the use of cookies in connec­tion with the “XING Share-Button”. Addi­tional infor­ma­tion may be found in the data privacy provi­sions relating to the XING Share-Button, at: https://www.xing.com/app/share?op=data_protection


    Use of LinkedIn recom­men­da­tion compo­nents
    Our website employs compo­nents provided by the network LinkedIn. LinkedIn is a service of LinkedIn Corpo­ra­tion, 2029 Stierlin Court, Moun­tain View, CA 94043, USA. Each time our website receives an access request equipped with a LinkedIn compo­nent, the compo­nent prompts your browser to down­load an image of this compo­nent from LinkedIn. Through this process, LinkedIn is informed exactly which page of our website is being accessed. By clicking the LinkedIn “recom­mend button“ while logged into your LinkedIn account, you can link content from our website to your LinkedIn profile. This allows LinkedIn to assoc­iate your visit to our site with your LinkedIn account.

    We have no control over the data that LinkedIn collects thereby, nor over the extent of the data that LinkedIn collects. Nor do we have any knowl­edge of the content of data trans­ferred to LinkedIn. Details on data collec­tion by LinkedIn as well as your rights in this regard and your browser setting options may be obtained from the LinkedIn data privacy policy, which may be accessed at: http://www.linkedin.com/legal/privacy-policy

    Use of Pinterest
    Our website employs the services of pinterest.com. Pinterest.com is a service of Pinterest, Inc., 808 Brannan St, San Fran­cisco, CA 94103, USA. Through the “Pin it“ button inte­grated into our website, Pinterest is informed that you have accessed that partic­ular page of our site. If you are logged into Pinterest, Pinterest can assoc­iate your visit to our site with your Pinterest account and thereby create a link to the data collected. Pinterest stores the data that is trans­ferred through clicks on “Pin it“ buttons. You can find more infor­ma­tion with respect to the purpose and extent of data collected, how it is processed and used as well as your rights in this regard and what settings you can use to protect your privacy by consulting the Pinterest data protec­tion policy, which you can access at http://pinterest.com/about/privacy/.

    To prevent Pinterest from asso­ci­ating your visit to our website to your Pinterest account, you must first log out of your Pinterest account before visiting our site.

    The use of Google Remar­keting
    On our website, we promote the service Google Remar­keting belonging to the company Google Inc., 1600 Amphithe­atre Parkway, Moun­tain View, CA 94043 USA, here­inafter “Google”. Adver­tise­ments may appear for users who have already visited our website in the past with Google Remar­keting. Within the Google network, adver­tise­ments adapted to your inter­ests can hereby be displayed on our site. Google Remar­keting uses cookies for this eval­u­a­tion. Cookies are small text files stored on your computer which allow the use of the website to be analyzed.

  • This makes it possible to recog­nize our visi­tors if these sites are accessed within the adver­tising network of Google. In this way, adver­tise­ments can be presented within the adver­tising network of Google based on content which has previ­ously been accessed on websites within the Google adver­tising network by visi­tors who are also using the Google Remar­keting feature. Google does not itself collect any personal data. You can disable this feature by making the appro­priate settings under http://www.google.com/settings/ads.


    The use of Insta­gram
    We promote the service Insta­gram on our website. Insta­gram is a service of Insta­gram Inc. By means of the inte­grated “Insta” button on our page, Insta­gram receives the infor­ma­tion that you have accessed the corre­sponding page of our website. If you are logged into Insta­gram, Insta­gram may assign the visit to our site to your Insta­gram account and link the data by this means. The data trans­mitted by clicking the “Insta” button is stored by Insta­gram. You can find more infor­ma­tion regarding the purpose and scope of data collec­tion, its processing and use, as well as your related rights and settings options for protecting your privacy in the Insta­gram data protec­tion notice under https://help.instagram.com/155833707900388.

    To prevent your visit to our site from being accessed by your Insta­gram account, you must log out of your Insta­gram account before visiting our site.

    Publi­ca­tion of vacancy announcements/job appli­ca­tions
    We elec­tron­i­cally collect and process your appli­ca­tion data for the purpose of completing the appli­ca­tion process. If your appli­ca­tion results in the conclu­sion of an employ­ment contract, the data collected from you may be stored in your personnel file for purposes of normal orga­ni­za­tional and admin­is­tra­tive processes in compli­ance with appro­priate legal require­ments.

    Upon rejec­tion of your appli­ca­tion, data you have provided is auto­mat­i­cally deleted two months after noti­fi­ca­tion of rejec­tion. This does not apply in such instances where, due to legal require­ments (such as the burden of proof oblig­a­tion stip­u­lated in the Equal Treat­ment Act) a longer storage period is neces­si­tated or when you expressly agreed to have your data stored for a longer period in our data­base of prospec­tive appli­cants.

    Information/Cancellation/Deletion
    On the basis of the Federal Data Protec­tion Act, you may contact us at no cost if you have ques­tions relating to the collec­tion, processing or use of your personal infor­ma­tion, if you wish to request the correc­tion, blocking or dele­tion of the same, or if you wish to cancel explic­itly granted consent. Please note that you have the right to have incor­rect data corrected or to have personal data deleted, where such claim is not barred by any legal oblig­a­tion to retain this data.

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Berlin

DELASO­CIAL GmbH
Chausseestr. 49
D-10115 Berlin

 

FON:

+49 30 355 101 80

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Hamburg

DELASO­CIAL GmbH
Christoph-Probst-Weg 31
D-20251 Hamburg

 

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+49 40 8 79 79 89 — 0

 

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+49 40 8 79 79 89 — 99

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About

DELASO­CIAL cre­ates unique user expe­ri­ences and inter­ac­tions to gain data for the next con­tex­tual MoT. Towards the point of pur­chase. Towards the point of repur­chase.

 

Dur­ing the last years in busi­ness we’ve learned to lis­ten to the beat of a new gen­er­a­tion — the “con­ver­sa­tion peo­ple”. And we just love their tune.

We’ve synced peo­ple with brands, and launched hun­dreds of brand mis­sions, com­mu­ni­ca­tion strate­gies, press releases, plat­forms, mags, ads, blogs, microsites, fan­gates, events and blog­ger sum­mits across the globe.


Data dri­ven cre­ativ­ity — We strongly believe oper­at­ing as a cross of an idea shop and data min­ing com­pany has a last­ing impact on our work.”

  • Blog­ger­Re­la­tions
  • Com­mu­ni­ty­Man­age­ment
  • Con­tent­Mar­ket­ing
  • Cus­tomer­Ex­pe­ri­ence
  • Cus­tomer­Jour­ney
  • Devel­op­ment
  • Influ­encer­Mar­ket­ing
  • Social­Ad­ver­tis­ing
  • Social­Lis­ten­ing
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privacy policy

Gener­ally, the use of our website is possible without the need to provide personal data. When you are asked to provide personal data (e.g., name, address or e-mail address), this is, as far as possible, optional for you. We do not pass this infor­ma­tion to third parties without your explicit agree­ment. Please note that the trans­mis­sion of data via the Internet (e.g., e-mail commu­ni­ca­tion) can be inse­cure. A complete protec­tion against access through third parties is not possible. The use of published contact infor­ma­tion within the disclo­sure to transmit unwanted adver­tising or other marketing mate­rial shall be expressly excluded. The provider of these pages explic­itly reserve the right to take legal action in case of receiving unwanted adver­tising, e.g., via junk mail.

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