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Impulse Saver

基本信息
行业: 金融与法律服务
媒体:推广与活动
投放:新西兰
风格: Minimalism
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Describe how the promotion developed from concept to implementation:
Impulse Saver was launched late February 2011, and therefore measured brand, business or behavioural results are not yet available. However to date the Impulse Saver product has exceeded Westpac’s uptake target by 259%, with over a third of all Westpac Customers with iPhones downloading the app. In excess of $400,000 worth of free media coverage has been generated and continues to grow with coverage from all the major news channels (Primetime TV news and current affairs, leading national and local radio and newspapers). "This new product encouraging New Zealanders to save will do more to improve our brand reputation than traditional paid-advertising." - George Frazis, CEO, Westpac New Zealand Limited.
Explain why the method of promotion was most relevant to the product or service:
New Zealand has a problem. We spend too much and save too little. The Government, media and even international credit rating agencies are talking about it. We tapped into one of the biggest conversations in New Zealand. And provided a solution. What if we could save as impulsively as we spend? Imagine a red button, and every time you press it you save. Now imagine that button in your pocket. Westpac’s Impulse Saver iPhone App is the world’s first impulse saving product from a bank. The idea created an enormous media conversation, positioning Westpac as the bank that was actually doing something to help their customers make better use of their money. "This new product encouraging New Zealanders to save will do more to improve our brand reputation than traditional paid-advertising." - Westpac CEO George Frazis. Westpac Impulse Saver. Helping New Zealanders save as impulsively as they spend.
Describe the success of the promotion with both client and consumer including some quantifiable results:
In February 2011, we commissioned research into New Zealanders’ impulse spending habits. We found that each day, 4.2M Kiwis spend $16.1M on impulsive purchases like drinks and chocolate bars. Close Up, NZ’s leading prime time current affairs show, were so impressed that they decided to film their show with $16.1M cash as their back-drop. This PR stunt spear-headed the campaign followed by; • The app being launched on the app store. • Consecutive page press ads in weekend newspapers. • A 200 strong adshel campaign across NZ. • Advertising in true ‘impulse purchasing’ areas – the doors of iconic NZ shopping malls, with digital eyelites within the malls. • Online banners, including home page takeovers. • In-branch activity to encourage conversation at branch
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其他职位:Planning Director & Creative: James Hurman
Head of Digital Innovation: Adam Good
Creative Technologist: Matt Tizard
Digital Developer: David Wilcox
Idea Inspiration: Rory Sutherland
奖项
D&AD 2012
年鉴奖 手机营销
Mobile Campaigns & Mobile Advertising
戛纳国际创意节 2011
铜奖 推广
Product & Service
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