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Tesco - direct marketing

Recycling a discount [Tesco]

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Ocean pollution is a fact, a very scary problem that all of us must contribute towards solving. First of all we can do our best to reduce our plastic waste and focus on recycle and reuse. In Malaysia Tesco have launched a fantastic initiative to convince their customers to reuse their plastic bags to carry the shopping and to reward them each time. Discover how by reading on.
Edeka - ambient marketing

Diversity in supermarket

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In recent years the world seems to have gone mad and many countries – including UK and Italy, unfortunately – have developed “attitudes” that are not very inclusive towards diversity, be it in terms of gender, origin or lifestyle. I was looking for a good example able to show the reason why those “attitudes” are profoundly wrong and absurd when I bumped into the powerful ambient marketing activity organised some months ago by Edeka, a German supermarket chain. Curious? Read on!
FEEDitBAG - packaging

Cultivate bags

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Recycling is fundamental and everybody is trying to find a solution especially for those occasions in which plastic is still used too much. Supermarkets should be the first concern because of all the plastic packaging still used there, in particular in the fruits and veggies area. FEEDitBaG is an alternative to the thin plastic bag used in that supermarket area.
Aldi - advertising campaign

Don’t waste your time

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the gigantic supermarket chain, communicates with their potential customers in an entertaining way, stressing the commitment of the brand to let them experience a “no frill shopping with amazing quality and low prices”. I’ve discovered an advertising campaign from some months ago that – in my opinion – summarises particularly well Aldi’s brand promise, it’s called “Good Different”.
Sainsbury's - advertising campaign

Cooking and dancing

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Sainsbury’s have had a brilliant idea. With the aim to highlight their values, the atmosphere their products can bring into every home and their customer-types, they have created a very appealing advertising campaign which is both entertaining and enjoyable. The headline is “Food dancing”, and I think no one can resist its rhythm.

Tesco meets Doraemon in Thailand

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In Thailand, Tesco – with the help of Doraemon’s smiling face – has organised a campaign that looks like a mixure between an ambient marketing and a direct marketing approach. The initiative has the intention of underlining and rewarding the effort of every single person who is contributing to the improvement of Thai society.