A Small Business Addresses Its Passive Aggressive Work Culture in FedEx's Latest Spot

More Comedic Ads in Campaign by BBDO New York

Published On
Sep 29, 2016

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FedEx is back with more funny ads in its series illustrating how the delivery service benefits small businesses, with unexpected consequences.

In one of the two new spots, created by BBDO New York and slickly directed by Jim Jenkins at O Positive, a small company's employees are having a team meeting. One mentions that since FedEx has helped simplify their e-commerce, they can now concentrate on addressing their "passive aggressive" work culture. The whole team immediately launches into a huge back and forth of backhanded comments to each other -- and when a client puts his head round the door to say they're doing a great job, they wonder "what's that supposed to mean?"

Another spot sees the owners of a novelty gift shop musing on how their goofy glasses are selling all around the world -- even in New Zealand, it seems, where deer are using them to disguise themselves from hunters.


Sep 29, 2016
Brand :
Client :
Director :
Jim Jenkins
Production Company :
O Positive
Agency :
BBDO-New York
Worldwide Chief Creative Officer :
David Lubars
Chief Creative Officer :
Greg Hahn
Executive Creative Director :
Gianfranco Arena
Executive Creative Director :
Peter Kain
Creative Director :
Dan Oliva
Director, Integrated Production :
David Rolfe
Group Executive Producer :
Amy Wertheimer
Group Planning Director :
Sangeet Pillai
Senior Account Director :
Kathryn Brown
Account Director :
Dan Langlitz
Account Manager :
Cailin Gibbons
Account Executive :
Billy McLellan
Production Company :
O Positive
Director :
Jim Jenkins
Director, Photography :
Roberto Schaefer
Executive Producer :
Marc Grill
Edit House :
Mack Cut
Editor :
Ian MacKenzie
Assistant Editor :
Mike Leuis
Audio Post :
Sound Lounge
Mixer :
Tom Jucarone
Post Visual Effects :
Colorist :
Tim Masick
Creative Director :
Scott Mahoney

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