Vinamilk vs Th True Milk: the Conversation Battle

Continues for 5 more pages »
Read full document

Vinamilk vs Th True Milk: the Conversation Battle

By | March 2013
Page 1 of 6
VINAMILK VS TH TRUE MILK: a controversial battle
Since 2000s, advertising industry in Vietnam has increased dramatically as Vietnamnet stated that “The number of Vietnam’s advertising firms had grown from around 1,000 in 2002 to nearly 7,000 now. Their total revenue was estimated at $900 million last year” (2011). As a result, advertising meets the need of companies making general public be aware of their product and satisfies the audience who is driving in consumerism. Advertising campaigns can foster the image of the brand or destroy the reputation of the company and the advertising agency involved immediately. On the one hand, an influential advertising campaign can maintain brand equity, brand image and brand awareness for a long time, as with “Rising high Vietnam” campaign in 2010 and “Believe in Vietnam 2009” of Vinamilk who hold the largest shares in the Vietnam milk market (Huyen Thanh, 2011). On the other hand, an effective advertising campaign can win consumer at the beginning day of launching new product, as “TH True Milk is truly clean milk” campaign of TH True Milk in 2010.

Several definitions of creativity can be identified. During the lecture on 28 February 2012 for Grap2412 Practice and Theory of Creativity, RIMT University, Vietnam SGS, the lecturer Melanie Casul stated that creativity is able to convert human behavior and that advertising is a creative activity solving problems between client and consumer. As a result, she also defined that advertising relates to a story about the brand in a meaningful way which gives what people want/benefits from the material world. Drewniany and Jewler defined that creative ads is a relevant combination between the brand and its target consumer and aim to selling idea in an unexpected way (2011). The author supported the first statement ‘creativity ads connect the brand and its target audience relevantly’ that by understanding consumer behavior, the company will sell the consumer things that make them...

Rate this document

What do you think about the quality of this document?

Share this document

Let your classmates know about this document and more at Studymode.com