Facing an onslaught of international, low-cost competitors, Marley New Zealand decided to take a stand, launching a campaign that reversed the commoditisation of one of its electrical piping products.
We’ve showcased all the winners of the TVNZ-NZ Marketing Awards in print through NZ Marketing, and now we’re showcasing them online. First up, Fairfax Media Supreme Award and BrandWorld FMCG Award winner Griffin’s.
We’ll be showcasing all the winners of the TVNZ-NZ Marketing Awards on StopPress over the coming days. And we’re kicking things off with big winner Volkswagen, which invested heavily in indigenous research and advertising to better connect the brand with Kiwis, launched some very successful new products and quickly went from ‘niche street to main street’.
In the extremely competitive grocery game, market share is king. And a minor change equates to millions of dollars in gained or lost revenue. Progressive Enterprises, which operates 158 Countdown, Foodtown and Woolworths supermarkets around the country, had been losing share to its main rival Foodstuffs since 2007. So something had to be done. And to do it, it had to take some big risks and break an age old grocery paradigm.