Panado, a subsidiary of Adcock Ingram, is a household name in South Africa. The Panado brand is synonymous with pain and fever relief for both adults and children. Part of Adcock's marketing strategy was to book out-of-home (OOH) media spaces at various wholesale stores in order to maximise the effect of their wider advertising campaign. OOH is a form of advertising that is found outside of a consumer's home such as in-store advertising, street pole advertising and highway billboards. OOH advertising can be used as a support medium, lead medium or in isolation depending on the brand's objectives. 3 Dec 2021 Read more MegaVision Media's MegaSpaza offering has been an incredibly successful venture for the company. The core product value lies in creating a mutually empowering and respectful relationship between the brand and the spaza shop owner. 29 Oct 2021 Read more Once upon a time, in a world before Covid-19, brands sat with their creative teams and media agencies and planned calendar events for the 12-month period that lay ahead of them. 17 May 2021 Read more To have a strong brand is one of the key objectives of any business. Irrespective of industry, having a strong brand is undeniably linked to success. With informal trade stealing much of the spotlight from formal retail trade in recent years, companies seeking to build a strong brand in the informal markets are now pivoting into the spaza and wholesale arenas aggressively. Most, if not all South African brands, are trying to work out how best to capitalise on this rapidly growing business opportunity. Namely, how to establish a brands reputation with lower LSM shoppers, how to stand out from competitors where planogramming is not a formal opportunity, how to reinforce loyalty and trust with spaza shop owners and shoppers alike and, finally, how to uplift sales. 10 Mar 2021 Read more It seems that retail has, somewhat, come full circle over the past few decades. The in-store shopping experience started off with stock on shelf being the sole priority for shoppers and manufacturers alike. A simple, clean, well-lit, competently managed and heavily stocked store was the main mutual goal. It was, perhaps around the 'hypermarket' era of the mid '70s in South Africa, which retailers started thinking differently. Inspired by the French and American big-box store type 'hype' a decade prior, South African retailers slowly turned the shopping experience into a more immersive, carnival-style one. The premise being that in order to engage shoppers in a more meaningful way and increase sales, retailers would allow brands to flood the floor with a vast range of activity and point-of-sale material to attract attention to product and promotion (whilst earning a fat sum in exchange for the retail estate.) This extended, in its prime to live bands, boxing matches and beauty competitions being hosted in these retail spaces. 9 Dec 2020 Read more
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