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F.biz is a communication agency that merge creativity with technology expertise, and has been adapting its core business according to the changes of its time. The agency is also able to help brands to use interactivity to build long and strong relations with their targets, rising their business valu... View Profile
F.biz is a communication agency that merge creativity with technology expertise, and has been adapting its core business according to the changes of its time. The agency is also able to help brands to use interactivity to build long and strong relations with their targets, rising their business value. It was born on July 13th 1999. From the entertainment website called Fulano, F.biz was once a producer agency and one of the biggest Brazilian independent digital agency. On 2011, WPP Group has acquired 70% of its capital. Today, F.biz is an integrated communication agency. Unilever, Jeep, Popeyes, Rico, Claro, Honda Motor Co., Totvs, Mobil and Google Cloud are some of F.biz’s clients that count with an infrastructure composed by around 300 employees. F.biz is awarded in many festivals, such as Cannes Lions, Effie Awards, Wave Festival, Facebook Awards, CCSP (local), among others. Renata d'Ávila, CSO, was awarded by Caboré Award, the most prestigious recognition of advertising in Brazil. In 2018, F.biz had the best performance in its history at Agency Scope, one of the world's largest consultancy firms: it's the most exemplary among the integrated agencies; the fourth in the attractiveness ranking; the first agency in data analytics; has a business team with 100% approval; is among the top 10 most creative agencies, and kept the first place in the digital ranking. View Profile
SÃO PAULO, Nov. 29, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Instituto Maria da Penha (IMP), a non-governmental organization that works to fight violence against women in Brazil, this week will open its platform "Relógios da violência" (Violence Counters), created by F.biz, so that any individual or institution worldwide can input statistics of aggressions in their country. The initiative begins with data from the United States and Colombia.
In order to publish data, the user must to access the platform (clocksofviolence.com), register their personal information, the country where they live, and provide a link to a relevant survey on the issue. The site will report the number of victims in real time. In Brazil, the counters have reported more than one dozen types of violence, including assaults, harassment and threats. The group hopes to reproduce this type of data for other countries in accordance with the volume of data uploaded locally. The objective is to teach people about an issue that is not only a problem in Brazil, and that happens more frequently and in more varied ways than one might imagine.
Launched by the IMP in August, the awareness campaign pointed out a reality that makes Brazil the fifth most-violent country in the world for women. The platform has also come to be seen as a means of information that encourages women to report occurrences. The information presented by the site in Brazil is based on a study published on March 8, 2017, International Women's Day. The information has been turned into counters accompanied by the hash tag #TáNaHoraDeParar (It'sTimeToStop), and has been shared by television hosts, celebrities and politicians, with national repercussions.
Clocks of Violence - Effie, ABP, Wave Festival
Rexona - CCSP Award 2018
Jeep - CCSP Award, ABP Award, Wave Festival in Rio
OMO - CCSP Award, ABP Award, Wave Festival in Rio
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