KitKat invents 'mobile parking' to launch Snap & Share bar

KitKat has promoted its new 11-finger Snap & Share bar with a special package sent to 120 innovative companies.

The package included one of the bars and a mock parking lot for people to ‘park’  their mobile phones to enjoy a ‘phone-free’ break.

The insight behind the work was that people, especially in a work environment, can’t stay away from their phone and rarely look each other in the eyes even in a meeting.

KitKat sent the special package to companies such as Spotify and Citymapper with instructions to park their phones and turn their meetings into a more pleasant sharing break that might inspire their next group-breaking idea.



Brand: KitKat
Agency: J Walter Thompson London

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