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Sep 9, 2019

Welcome to Uncanny Valley Elementary, kids

THE WORK: 'Nothing can replace an early childhood educator' for the Early Childhood Development Agency (ECDA) by Ogilvy Singapore and Geometry Singapore.

So robots don't make good teachers. Point most creepily made.

CREDITS

Client name: Early Childhood Development Agency (ECDA)
Lead Agency: Ogilvy Singapore
Creative Agency: Geometry Singapore
Creative: Jorge Thauby, Julian Gutierrez, Andres Meija
Strategy Director: Frederick Tong
Account Management: Phuc Nguyen, U-Lynn Lee, Beatrice Tan, Shiyun Yong, Regina Ho
Agency Producer: Sharon Leong
Production House: VHQ
Director: Ale Ruax
Public Relations: Ogilvy Singapore
Exposure: Online, Social Media

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