Every brand needs a story that strikes a chord with its audience. There are so many exciting marketing campaigns and commercials that not only help brands sell their products but also capture hearts through heartwarming stories. The TalkOver brings you some of our favorite campaigns of all time, told through our team members’ perspectives.
This TalkOver, we dive into Women’s Day campaigns, bringing in our top picks from Phillips and Aastrika Midwifery Centre created by yours truly! Get ready for an exciting breakdown of some inspiring campaigns.
Read on to uncover the heartwarming ways these two campaigns have promoted Women’s Day.
Philips India launched a new campaign, #ExpressYourWay. The campaign is a special initiative to celebrate the multifaceted personality of a woman, especially her role as a mother. The aim is to inspire and encourage all mothers to embrace their transformation and continue to be strong and amazing women.
The quirky stand-up act featuring Neha Dhupia, in my opinion, delves into relatable anecdotes about motherhood, highlighting the challenges of the journey. The campaign’s main message is that there is no right or wrong way to parent; there is only one way– your way.
The campaign is a heartwarming tribute to the journey of motherhood, emphasizing the importance of embracing imperfections and unconditionally loving oneself. The advertisement is relatable, genuine, and empowering, making it an excellent initiative for International Women’s Day.
Aastrika Midwifery Centre | #LittleStepsOfChange
As a marketing agency, we have had the pleasure of working with Aastrika Midwifery Centre. We recently launched a campaign that successfully establishes AMC as a significant contributor in the maternity care sector that is focusing on empowering women through their birthing journeys. The campaign aims to raise awareness of the many little decisions and actions that can impact a woman’s birth experience, including the use of birth plans, working with doulas, receiving respectful labor support, engaging in skin-to-skin contact, and accessing postnatal care.
It focuses on the importance of the little things that contribute to a positive birthing experience. It features clients talking about the little things that made a huge difference in their birthing journey, and a collaboration post with Aastrika Foundation highlighting the importance of the little steps.
Overall, I believe this campaign focuses on small but meaningful details, like a commitment to improving the holistic birthing experience and promoting a sense of calm and comfort for expectant mothers. The creative execution is engaging and interactive, and the client highlights add credibility to the campaign’s message.
Both campaigns hit home by amplifying important messages that need to be heard especially on International Women’s Day. What do you think? Feel free to tell us your thoughts! You can reach out to us on any of our social media handles, our DMs are always open. 😉