AMI and Colenso BBDO are on your side

AMI Insurance has launched a new campaign with the help of Colenso BBDO, reminding Kiwis that they’re “on your side”. 

The new campaign is inspired by real experiences of how AMI customers say they feel when something goes wrong in their lives. Shot by Alex Roberts of Finch, the short films use anthropomorphic household items to show that it can indeed feel like posts appear out of nowhere, taps have minds of their own, and that TVs sometimes just disappear out the door.

“Humanness is at the centre of AMI’s values and our team members are committed to being on the side of our customers. This means we know that when something happens and a customer makes a claim, listening to them goes a long way in making them feel that we’re on their side when it might feel to them like the world isn’t,” says Jessica Bunker, Marketing Manager at AMI.

On Your Side launches this week nationwide, across TV, OOH, digital, press and social channels.

“New Zealanders need to know their insurer is going to be on their side when they call to make a claim. They need to know they have their best interests at heart and that they’ll respond with understanding in those often stressful moments. “On your side” is AMI reinforcing that promise,” says Henry Kozak, Strategy Director at Colenso BBDO.


Client: AMI
Agency: Colenso BBDO
Production Company: FINCH
Director: Alex Roberts
Managing Director: Corey Esse
EP / Producer: Jimena Murray
DOP: Ginny Loane
Editor: Lucas Baynes at ARC Edit
Post production (company name): Perceptual Engineering
Colourist: Matic Prusnik
Online: Jon Baxter at Perceptual Engineering
Music & Sound Design Producer: Tamara O’Neill
Music Composition: Peter van der Fluit
Sound Design & Music (company name): Liquid Studios
Sound Engineer: Craig Matuschka
Marketing Manager, AMI: Jess Bunker
Senior Segment Manager, AMI: Melanie O’Leary
Marketing Coordinator, AMI: Meika Etheridge
General Manager, Customer and Marketing – Renee Milkop-Kerr
Media: PHD Media

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