Integrated Marketing @ Lowe's (Members Only Conference) presented by USPS
Studies show that multichannel consumers spend more, shop more frequently, and are more brand loyal. To target these customers, marketers must develop the right marketing mix combining new and traditional channels to deliver an interactive and engaging experience in whatever medium their customers prefer to use. However, the explosion of choice has complicated the lives and practices of marketers, creating massive challenges for effective integration. This event will showcase how top marketers develop, execute, and evaluate their integrated marketing communications strategy.
|Begins:||Wednesday, June 4, 2014 at 8:15am|
|Ends:||Wednesday, June 4, 2014 at 3:00pm|
1000 Lowe's Blvd
Mooresville, NC 28117
|Member Rate||Non-Member Rate|
|Members Only Conference||Complimentary||Not Available|
Wednesday, June 4, 2014
LOWE’S “SPRING IS CALLING” INTEGRATED CAMPAIGN DRIVES MULTI-CHANNEL AWARENESS
In the home improvement industry, Spring is a big deal. To be successful, Lowe’s has to constantly find new ways to make the Spring message break through the seasonal clutter regardless of good weather or bad. This session will take a look at Lowe’s Spring 2014 integrated campaign, “Spring is Calling”, which included messaging designed for mass channels as well as a more personalized approach to a new season of home improvement projects. You’ll also learn how Lowe’s marketing innovations are bringing this campaign to consumers in new and different ways.
Fidelity Investments: Integrated Marketing Channel Evolution
Integrated marketing is not as easy as taking one message and placing it across several channels. Consumers and technology have changed, and as a result marketers have to be innovative and creative to break through the clutter. This session will take a look at Fidelity’s newest advertising campaign, the cross channel use tailored for mediums, especially digital, and how various mediums pertain to the purchase and consideration process. It will also illustrate how success metrics vary depending on the type of creative execution, placement and where in the purchase funnel a consumer is.
Account Director, Integrated Marketing + Communications
COCA-COLA’S INTEGRATED APPROACH TO THE SUPER BOWL
Following the successes of their Polar Bowl campaign in Super Bowl 2012, and their Coke Chase Campaign in 2013, Coca-Cola raised the bar in 2014. This session will explore the integrated marketing strategy behind Coca-Cola's “It’s Beautiful” Super Bowl Campaign. The campaign, which celebrated modern America and featured bi-lingual American girls singing “America the Beautiful” in different languages, generated much attention on social media when it aired during the Super Bowl. Learn how Coca-Cola developed the content and created an integrated marketing campaign around the idea that America is beautiful and Coke is for everyone.
Group Director, Integrated Marketing Content
CHIQUITA: ENERGIZING BRAND RELEVANCY THROUGH INTEGRATED MARKETING PARTNERSHIPS
Faced with shrinking marketing budgets and an increasingly commoditized product, Chiquita was forced to get creative with marketing and more precise with who they target. While Chiquita enjoys strong brand awareness with baby boomers, the millennial generation is not as familiar with them. In this session learn how Chiquita develops partnerships and builds integrated marketing campaigns to extend their brand relevancy through partnerships such as the their one with Universal Studios and their franchise hit; Despicable Me 2.
Director, Marketing and Channels
General Session Cont.
POSTAL SERVICE AND SPIDERMAN: AN INTEGRATED PARTNERSHIP
What does the Postal Service and Spiderman have in common? Speed, agility and reliability. Discover how Sony and the Postal Service partnered to develop an integrated marketing campaign using a well-known figure, Spiderman, to help promote Priority Mail and the launch of the latest Spiderman movie.
Executive Director, Brand Marketing
EVP, Managing Client Business Partner
NASCAR: THE EVOLUTION OF A BRAND
Universally regarded as one of the world’s most successful sports entertainment properties, NASCAR possesses the most brand-loyal fans and the largest sustained television audience across the season in sports. But in 2009, NASCAR faced softening demand and a weakened economy that hit NASCAR fans and sponsors particularly hard. In response to these industry-wide headwinds, NASCAR commissioned perhaps the most comprehensive research undertaking ever by a sports league to uncover insights that would lead to a business strategy called the Industry Action Plan. Discover how NASCAR is rebranding itself to maintain loyalty among avid fans and attract new followers through an integrated strategy rooted in research and consumer insights.
Vice President of Brand, Consumer and Series Marketing