European Association of Communications Agencies, Bronze, Euro Effies, 2011
Automotive manufacturer Volkswagen wanted to revive its 15-year-old Sharan family car model, which had suffered from declining sales in the past few years, partly fuelled by the decline in sales in the car industry.
European Association of Communications Agencies, Bronze winner, Euro Effies, 2008
Seat launched its new Altea XL in late 2006 into a crowded MPV market. The Seat marque appeals to a very specific group of drivers; generally, young, sporty men who see themselves as more adventurous than other motorists - values the Seat brand shared.
Institute of Communication Agencies, Bronze, Canadian Advertising Success Stories, 2006
Toyota's entry in the compact pickup segment began in 1995 with Tacoma. However, although it was highly regarded, Tacoma was never a contender as a sales leader, especially as, in contrast to the competition, from 1998-2004 it had virtually no advertising support, and the result was declining sales and market share.
James Hillhouse, Account Planning Group - (UK), Creative Planning Awards, 1999
Campaign in 1999 for the Volkswagen Sharan. Research to understand MPV owners described, leading to tighter targeting and a different approach from competitors (not what you can do with an MPV, but what it is like to drive one).
John Hawkins, Institute of Practitioners in Advertising, Bronze, IPA Effectiveness Awards, 1998
1995-6 launch campaign for Ford Galaxy into the MPV (People Movers) sector. Objectives: brand leadership in 1 year, volume target to beat Espace sales in 1994, build brand values, appeal to up-market audience.
Anna Hamill, Event Reports, Mumbrella360, June 2017
This article covers how Tesla, the automotive manufacturer with a sustainable energy focus, has been able to build brand recognition and loyalty in Australia with zero paid media and a focus on experiential marketing and owner loyalty.
James Champ, Admap Magazine, April 2017, pp. 14-15
This article examines what has changed in the car industry as the advent of leasing and renting deals has made consumers less attached to their cars, and technology has shifted focus from mechanics to in-car experiences.