March Brief


Nicolas Courant, Integrated Creative Director, Ogilvy & Mather




March 1, 2014

Submission Deadline:

March 31, 2014


A Little Backstory

Media communication can be a powerful tool in the way it influences people and affects change. Problem is that no media is truly independant and the content can sometimes be manipulated, changed or hidden to the public to satisfy a particular group in power.



How can we ensure absolute independance to media as well as free quality content to people?

Create a solution or a new model for medias to produce and distribute content that is free of any influence by government or corporate interests. 


About Nicolas Courant

Having graduated in French Litterature and Philosophy, Nicolas began his career as a writer at Lowe Paris where he worked for Air France, France Telecom, Nestlé, La Société Générale and Unilever. He then moved to Bates France where he created campaigns for Amnesty International, Seat, Georgia Pacific and Pfizer.

His work has been recognized in most major international creative and effectiveness shows and won awards in all categories several times over including Cannes, Clio, One Show, London International, Eurobest, Epica, Effies...

He joined Memac Ogilvy in 2006 as Creative Director to develop an office in Tunis. He then successfully contributed to implement OgilvyOne,  OgilvyAction and OgilvyPR in Tunisia driving the to the top 3 most awarded MEA agencies and the top 10 EAME agencies (Big Won 2012)

After Europe and Africa, Nicolas is now working in Asia with Ogilvy&Mather in Singapore as Integrated Creative Director.