WARC Awards for Effectiveness: Path-to-Purchase
The Effectiveness Show 2023
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GUT, Los Angeles
DoorDash created buzz among people and press with its The Self-Love Bouquet: a 12-rose bouquet with a twist.
Social media often shames single people for not having a significant other on Valentine's Day, with 74% of single-shaming conversations came from women.
DoorDash purchased roses from local florists and sold the bouquets in bunches of 11 with one extra Rose™ vibrator that women could use to celebrate themselves on Valentine's Day.
Making Vietnamese women dance again
EssenceMediacom, Ho Chi Minh City / Công ty TNHH Mễ Tân, Ho Chi Minh City
Putting the social in social commerce
Mindshare, Shanghai / TFT, Shanghai
Act for Good
Publicis Romania, Bucharest / JamSession, Bucharest
The Ferrero Rocher Virtual Boutique
Leo Burnett, Dubai
How brands have used omnichannel strategies to optimise the customer journey across the funnel. This category will reward activity that has driven businesses forward through a successful orchestration of e-commerce, social commerce and physical channels.
A judging panel of industry experts, chaired by Ross Sergeant, Global Head of Media, Allwyn Entertainment, will be reading the entries.
Consumers’ journeys are becoming increasingly complex with new credible channels and platforms emerging all the time. Regardless of the type of funnel one adopts, understanding the consumers’ path to purchase and synergy between each and every touchpoint is key today. We’re looking for cases where businesses have proven success through successful orchestration of e-commerce, social commerce and physical channels.