We have conducted a detailed scrutiny on this brand and the reader will take an expedition from competitive environment, historical background, product specification, positioning statements, brand image, target audience, selection of specific campaign, relevant objectives, execution details and post analysis of campaign results.
The crux of this report is the overview of a new advertising campaign to reposition Glaxose-D as a multi-purpose drink for each member of the family, with refreshing new flavors. The report fathoms the advertising message and its media placement as per communication and brand health objectives.
This report leads to the in-depth knowledge we actually gained and for this we are heartedly thankful to our respected instructor Mr. Iqbal who has provided us an opportunity not only to understand academic concepts but getting into pragmatic world and take an overall feeler of brand strategies behind a simple advertising campaign.
With this we extend our thanks to Brand Manager Glaxose D; Mr. Asher Shami, who is resuming his responsibilities as Senior Brand Manager: Dextrose category (Energile & Glaxose D). He did not only open horizon to the brand aspects but also gave us pertinent confidence in crafting our analysis on his campaign.
At the end the credit goes to team building and efforts which every one really extended, Team composition is as follows:
Team leader: Syed Ali Hasnain Zaidi
Team members: Waqas Imtiaz, Taimoor Shabbir, Farrukh Abbas
A Brief History10
Unilever’s Current Marketing Situation14
Strengths & Weaknesses16
Purpose of the Campaign21
Key Consumer Benefits27
Developing Media Mix28
Target Market Coverage30
EVALUATION OF AD EFFECTIVENESS31
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