Primedia Instore is giving back to the community
Oct 10th 2011, 14:37
As a responsible corporate citizen, Primedia Instore strives to ensure that it is playing its part in creating measurable and sustainable improvement to the surrounding communities in which the company operates, by committing itself to numerous corporate social initiative (CSI) projects.
Primedia Instore marketing manager Lisa Botha believes that is important for business corporations to engage local communities. "By playing an active and positive role in communities going through challenging times, Primedia Instore plays a key part in improving the standard of living in these areas," she explains...
Read the full newsletter hereClick here for more information on Primedia Instore
Primedia Instore has teamed up with non-profit organisation Waste 2 Wow, to reuse its Correx point-of-sale material in the manufacturing of unique, trendy and functional bags, simultaneously creating employment and uplifting skills.
Primedia Instore started from humble beginnings in 1982, trading as CartAd (PTY) Ltd until 1996, when it became fully owned by Primedia. 30 years later, it has the largest retail footprint in South Africa with a presence in over 13 000 Top-End, Bottom-End and Wholesale stores.
The largest fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) blue-chip corporations in South Africa have been provided with unrivaled in-store media solutions from PRIMEDIA Instore for more than 28 years, today PRIMEDIA Instore has an impressive footprint, spanning more than 1000 key trade outlets nationwide.
Just like any other retail environment, liquor environment is challenged with too much clutter that makes it difficult for shoppers to locate brands in-store.
Playing by the rules in an era of online advertising
02/08/2019 - 10:43
Advertising body to sanction companies and their influencers if they fail to declare their relationship upfront in social media posts.
The idea of a ‘target audience’ is becoming obsolete in a digital world
01/08/2019 - 14:49
This might sound heretical, but it no longer matters who brands think their target market is. The reason for this is simple: with the technology and data digital marketers have access to today, we no longer need to limit our potential target audience to a set of personas or segments derived through customer research.
The art of retailtainment
30/07/2019 - 12:45
Experiential retail is pretty much anything that happens around the sale of a product. Then there’s “retailtainment”, a term made popular by American sociologist, professor, and author George Ritzer. He describes retailtainment as the use of “Ambiance, emotion, sound and activity to get customers interested in the product and in a mood to buy." Other terms used to describe retailtainment are "inspirational retailing" or "entertailing." I’ve seen three particular retailtainment trends cropping up – using either one or a combination of ambiance, emotion, sound, and activity.
Micro-engagement in the age of influence
30/07/2019 - 09:46
We are living in the age of influence. Some of the largest brands doing an equity play in advertising have influencers at the helm, driving their brand messaging over the short or long term. SA’s pool of celebrity big names, television personalities, musicians and mega-creatives are pulling the big brands.
Refinery celebrates diversity with new fashion campaign
18/07/2019 - 11:39
Local fashion retailer Refinery is set to make waves across the local industry with its new spring campaign which embraces diversity, encouraging others to be unashamedly, authentically themselves.