Kido - Thank You Mum, Woman of the Year!
When was the last time you said, "Thank You", to your wife or your mum, for all the love and care they have shown you?
THE RESULTS - Men of all ages participated in rewarding the women in their lives with KIDO with more than 10,000 thank-you messages were sent through the online campaign and digital activations.
Brand Awareness increased up to 94% during the campaign.
Sales reached 300% of average monthly sales.
THE CHALLENGE - A challenge to effectively build up its awareness without heavy spending on the media like its competitors.
As a newcomer, Dai Gia Dinh had lower brand awareness than other strong competitors in the market, and faced a huge challenge – To build brand awareness with great differentiation among competitors as due to the occasion’s culture, the brands’ theme have always been emphasizing mainly on family reunions. The brand sought to build an instant connection with target consumers, mainly housewives and mothers in families.
THE SOLUTION - We created an opportunity for people to say Thank You to their loving wives and mums for caring for them everyday.
The concept was developed by the unspoken and unrecognized needs/wants of women to be appreciated by their loved ones, instead of focusing family reunion. Vietnamese culture does not typically express love and gratitude for the daily sacrifice mothers make. Thus, an integrated campaign with a digital-lead was launched in December with the initial use of PR and social media to voice out the lack of appreciation husbands and children have towards women who make daily sacrifices. Then, we created a microsite for people to display their appreciation towards their women by creating message, not only online but also broadcasted live at the shopping malls.
All messages were finally collected into an exhibition at big shopping malls in key cities, which captured all the emotions from laughter to tears of the women who received “Thank You’s” from their husbands and children.
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