Byravee Iyer
Feb 5, 2014

Thailand's Tisco Bank tackles dangerous 'Office syndromes'

A new campaign from Thailand's Tisco Bank details the plights of three workers suffering from maladies that lead them to make unwise financial choices and miss out on opportunities.

Created by BBDO Bangkok, the 'Office syndrome' campaign uses quintessential Thai humour to detail the self-destructive tendencies of:

  • A man who has learned to say 'no' to everything (above)
  • Another who has become way too good at living in denial (below), and
  • A third who puts entirely too much faith in winning jackpots (below).



Agency: BBDO Bangkok
Clients: Tisco
CCO: Suthisak Sucharittanonta
CD: Taya Soonthonvipat
Art Director: Puttisak Sanvisate
Copywriter: Greepol Boonsrangsom, James Makanas
Production House: Friday club
Director: Pranussadej Tantipong



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