Posts tagged ‘ethnic PR’

May 31, 2011

Elephant Atta’s Healthier Lifestyle Movement

Elephant Atta has launched a new campaign aimed at inspiring women to lead the way in changing unhealthy food and lifestyle habits amongst the UK’s South Asian population. The new integrated campaign plans to utilise their influence, alongside the brands own health credentials, to create a movement, which affects not only individual households but also the wider community.

Since healthy lifestyles start at home, Elephant Atta flour wants to mobilise everyday women and mothers who recognise the importance of nutritional eating, to lead the way in creating this health revolution amongst South Asians.

Elephant Atta flour caters for more than 50% of the UK Atta market and the new TV, POS and integrated marketing campaign went live in March, launched with a PR event held at Chelsea Football Club for media, traders and brand ambassadors.

 

 

 

 

 

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March 1, 2010

Are brands losing share in the multicultural market place

Walk into any of he 95,000 supermarkets, convenience stores and cash and carry’s, which are controlled largely by the multicultural communities, and one thing you are sure to find out.

These stores, which shifts up to 33% share for a number of major brands, but is this honeymoon going to continue or are we going to see an increasing number of foreign brands imported to the UK to cater for the needs and demands of a growing diverse multicultural consumers.

So what can major brands do in the face of this on-slaught:

1) ignore this phenomenon and assume they are large enough to withstand brands chipping into their sales and competing to win more shelf space from them resulting in their brands continuing to slide further down

2) develop a strategy based on understanding their audiences, motivations and purchasing patterns in order to address their needs, fend the competition and increase their market dominance and share.

Established brands can’t ignore the challenges to their dominance and must continue to learn and innovate to stay on top of their game otherwise they will continue to see their sales and market share dwindling.

Saad Saraf
Multicultural Marketing Specialist
Mediareach Advertising
http://www.mediareach.co.uk