The Corner Office Takes on a Whole New Meaning in Funny Work From Fedex

Randy Krallman Directs Latest Spots Via BBDO New York

By Alexandra Jardine. Published on Oct 23, 2017

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FedEx's ongoing campaign showing how its services benefit small businesses is back with more comedic ads by BBDO New York.

Like previous spots, the new additions, promoting FedEx Ground, bring ideas from the world of big business into a small business environment. In one spot, seen here, a woman running her business from home shows her employee into his new corner office -- her son's bedroom.

Another ad is set in a bookstore called Conspiracy Books, where the paranoid owner is convinced there must be a sinister explanation from the business's improved sales (rather than her colleague's prosaic explanation of FedEx). A third spot sees a disgruntled colleague asking for his shares to be bought out, as the startup they're working on is not making a profit. He gets tossed a handful of coins, then asks to come back in after it's pointed out that using FedEx could turn things around -- but their valuation has doubled and he has to reach for a bank note.

Randy Krallman directed the spots, via Smuggler.

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Oct 23, 2017
BBDO New York
Worldwide Chief Creative Officer:
David Lubars
Chief Creative Officer:
Greg Hahn
Executive Creative Director:
Gianfranco Arena
Executive Creative Director:
Peter Kain
Senior Creative Director:
Tom Kraemer
Tom Kraemer
Creative Director:
Peter Alsante
Peter Alsante
Creative Director:
Dan Kenneally
Art Director:
Dan Kenneally
Director, Integrated Production:
David Rolfe
Group Executive Producer:
Amy Wertheimer
Production Company:
Randy Krallman
Director, Photography:
Matthew Woolf
Ian Blain
Edit House:
Ian MacKenzie
Assistant Editor:
Zach Patten
Executive Producer:
Gina Pagano
Post Visual Effects:
The Mill
Company 3
Tim Masick
Audio Post:
Sound Lounge
Tom Jucarone

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