Case Study 1 – Tata Tea Jaago Re media campaign
Mahatma Gandhi was of the view: Be the change you wish to see in the world. Tata Tea seems to have taken that up quite seriously. With the help of its advertising and marketing initiative, Jaago Re, this time, the brand takes up the issue of corruption. In its third year, the Jaago Re campaign revolving around the issue of corruption has the tagline, 'Ab Se Khilana Bandh, Pilana Shuru'. In an official tete-â-tete with the media at a gathering, Sangeeta Talwar, executive director, marketing, Tata Tea discussed the fact that corruption has eaten into more than 50 per cent of India's population. Considering the gravity of the problem, Tata Tea chose to address it.
The television commercial is a montage of real-life situations of bribes been given and taken. In the end, the youth give the message to stop doing so. Jaago Re began as a movement in 2007, with the aim to make tea a youthful drink, after a research showed that apart from people of other age groups, the youth consumed the beverage heavily too. Tata Tea wished to resonate with the youth. The intent was also to have a unified message for the four brands under the Tata Tea umbrella -- Tata Tea Premium, Tata Tea Agni, Tata Tea Gold and Tata Tea Life. A campaign featuring the scenario of politics played as a curtain raiser to Jaago Re in 2007. In 2008, with the elections round the corner, Tata Tea made an attempt to get the youth out of their homes to vote. The company put a website in place to ease the voting process for the youth -- www.jaagore.com -- which helped people with easy, step-by-step processes.
The website, Talwar (Ms.Sangeetha Talwar) reveals, got 28 lakh registrations, and 6 lakh first-time voters. Out of the 28 lakh registrations, one-fourth converted into final voting. With the corruption campaign, Tata Tea puts forth the message to start with oneself -- begin with yourself and stop giving and taking bribes. Apart from the television...
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