13 Feb 2017
In the spirit of romance, we take a fond look back at some of the love stories we’ve been privileged to be part of over the years. From popping the question on the Coca-Cola London Eye to spelling out ‘will you marry me’ with bottles, these proposals show how the love of Coca-Cola just has a way of bringing people together.
Big wheel, big love
A private capsule on the Coca-Cola London Eye, gliding through the air with the Thames at sunset spread
13 Feb 2017
Why not serve up a Valentine’s Day gift with an authentic Coca-Cola sparkle? If you’re umming and ahhing as 14 February approaches, take a look at our picks from the range of Coca-Cola official merchandise. Perfect, whether your partner is Coca-Cola crazy or just appreciates quirky, thoughtful gifts.
The last floral gesture you’ll ever have to make
Giving flowers to your love is an age-old tradition. Giving them a handmade flower beautifully
6 Feb 2017
During the 2017 Superbowl event, Coca-Cola aired the ad called ‘It’s Beautiful’, which first ran in 2014. It is a powerful ad that promotes optimism, inclusion and celebrating humanity everywhere in the world – values which have always been at the core of Coca-Cola.
The premise of ‘It’s Beautiful’ can be simply stated: America is Beautiful and Coca-Cola is for everyone. Set to “America the Beautiful” sung by Americans in seven languages, the spot
26 Jan 2017
One of the key components of my job is the preservation of the assets of the Coca-Cola Archives. With all of the artwork, photographs and artifacts in our holdings, it may surprise you to learn that one of the most difficult media formats to preserve is videotape. We have more than 10,000 tapes in our collection, with content as varied as television commercials, news reports, sales meetings, executive interviews and Olympic Games Torch Run footage.
And then there were twelve.
A dozen Coca-Cola Journey sites launched or relaunched in the space of two years in all the countries that make up Western Europe, The Coca-Cola Company's second-largest business unit: Spain, Portugal, Netherlands, Germany, France, Belgium and Luxembourg, Great Britain, Ireland, Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Norway.
Following in the footsteps of the flagship
Earlier this year, vlogger Jake Boys joined Manny and Dodie as a presenter on CokeTV, our YouTube channel featuring weekly episodes with the cast. In this interview we caught up with Jake to find out more about his life behind - and in front of - the camera.
How did filming go today?
It was really exciting to be on my first shoot for CokeTV. I’m working with some pretty cool people so it’s going to be good. And I found out what my first adventure
16 Dec 2016
For many, the Coca-Cola Christmas Trucks signal that 'Holidays Are Coming'. Take a look at the facts and figures from this year's Truck Tour and download the Coca-Cola Christmas Truck Tour infographic.
Find your nearest truck stop.
In 2012, our global team launched Coca-Cola Journey. It's the company's corporate website reimagined as a dynamic digital magazine and owned media channel, taking the name from an internal magazine first published in 1987. GB & Ireland editor, Matthew Hepburn spoke to editor-in-chief Jay Moye about his editorial strategy and vision...
How would you describe Coca-Cola Journey?
It's our corporate website-turned-dynamic digital magazine and owned
14 Dec 2016
We’re sorry to let you know there has been a last minute change to the Coca-Cola Christmas Truck Tour route. Due to events beyond our control, we will no longer be stopping in Leicester Square on 20th December. After some weeks of working with us to agree the details of the stop, Westminster Council has decided not to grant us permission to stop in Leicester Square this year as they do not feel this activity is appropriate. We are very disappointed,
Director of Heritage Communications, Ted Ryan explains how he first came across artwork featuring Coca-Cola by Thai artist, Pakpoom Siliphan. Watch the video interview to discover more about Pakpoom's fascination with cultural and commercial icons...
Several years ago, I hopped in a cab outside the Museum of Modern Art in New York with a coworker, who pulled out his phone and showed me an interesting piece of art featuring a Coke bottle. The artist,