During Cannes Lions 2014, as every year, Havas Havas Media Group has taken up residence at 45 Boulevard de la Croisette, in the gardens of the Grand Hotel.
During the Cannes Lions 2014 – International Festival of Creativity, you could live an unforgettable relaxing moment at Havas Café, a glass of chilled rosé in hand, with the backdrop of the majestic Croisette and yachts anchored off the great blue, like diamonds in a jewel box.
Stay connected at Havas Café
Throughout the week, Havas Café hosted delegates from Cannes Lions for a unique experience of high-level networking. Havas Café has become over the years a must for work appointments, exciting conferences like on the first day: “Smart TV and addressable TV, opportunities and impact of advertising”, in partnership with LG. You could also enjoy the Photocabine, photographing yourself or make a selfie game with friends. Havas wi-fi is free and unlimited. Ideal to connect his laptop in a warm and festive atmosphere.
Football and samba
Havas Café also hosted personalities like former footballer World champion Marcel Dessaily who came for a conference with experts and industry sponsors to talk about “From Cannes to Brazil: an inside look at the FIFA World Cup 2014.”
For 7 consecutive days, giant screens broadcast live the 2014 World Cup matches and guests could encourage their favorite teams and win many gifts by playing forecasts of victories.
A Brazilian evening, musically vibrant with Lucia De Carvalho, followed by the match Brazil /Mexico set the Havas Café on fire. The evenings were animated by DJs or live music with groups KCPK or BETC or ads music by Adrien Räderscheidt.
Havas Media Group awarded at Cannes Lions
Havas Café had the pleasure to announce the at end of the festival to its guests, that Havas Media Group had received at Cannes Lions 2014 27 Lions Awards, one Grand Prix with Havas Media Lima and McCain and one Creative Award with Virgin Mobile, Sidney, Australia.
Havas Media Group has 350 agencies in 100 countries worldwide and is employing 17,000 people.
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