DeConi News Feed

DeConi ProBono for E-voting in Bulgaria

25 September 2015, Sofia

In the referendum which is to be held simultaneously with the local elections on October 25, voters will be asked: “Are you in favour of making remote voting by electronic means possible during elections and referendums?”

E-voting will allow millions of Bulgarians living abroad as well as disabled persons to easily give their vote in elections and referendums and participate in the political processes and public life in this country. It is also a major step towards electronic government which guarantees higher transparency and accountability of public institutions.

The team of the agency developed a TV and radio campaign in favor of e-voting as part of the DeConi ProBono program.

Watch the TV spot here:

Volkswagen LCV Presented in Bulgaria the New Generation Caddy and Transporter

18 September 2015, Sofia

With an impressive multimedia show and special event at Porsche Sofia Iztok showroom the new modifications of Caddy and Transporter were presented to clients and partners of Porsche BG and fans of the Volkswagen brand.

The multimedia show created by DeConi highlighted all technological innovations and newly introduced systems that make Caddy Generation Four and Multivan Generation SIX a class of their own.

Old Paper for New Book 2015

5 September 2015, Plovdiv

This year the Old Paper for New Book campaign started in Plovdiv, with Ruse and Sofia joining next weekend.

The mechanism of the campaign is pretty simple – any child who brings at least 5 kg of old paper receives a new book provided by the partnering publishing houses. The accompanying theater performance, workshop, quizzes and games turn the event into a memorable experience for the kids. The objective of the initiative is to promote separate waste collection and recycling and build responsible attitude towards nature among children and their families, as well as to stimulate their interest in books and reading

In Plovdiv alone more than 1,000 books were given away and 4,2 tons of paper collected, which amounts to 55 saved trees.

Greenwich book center and Ecopack Bulgaria organize the event with the creative support of DeConi for a third year in row.