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NeedScope in Action9 Case-Studies to Demonstrate NeedScope Addressing Marketers Issues

Examples of NeedScope in ActionBrand Strategy How can TVS regain marketleadership? Positioning How do we differentiate a legal firm? Innovation How do we line-extend an iconic brand? Brand Merger Will combining brands improve overall positioning? Brand Strategy How can Queensland compete more effectively? Communications How can we measure emotion in advertising?

Image Measurement What are the real differences between juice brands? Brand Strategy How can a charity maximise donations?

Sponsorship How can a bank maximise sponsorship budgets?

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Brand StrategyHow Can TVS Regain Market Leadership?The Situation The 2 wheel market in India had moved from scooters to motorcycles Client, TVS, lost its leadership position Attempts to regain this by launching a motorcycle were unsuccessful The problem was not product, but brand The Research A qualitative and quantitative NeedScope programme to; Understand the unique dynamics of the 2 wheel market Identify best strategic opportunity for TVS Work with client to develop a motorcycle brand to connect emotively with consumers

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Brand StrategyHow Can TVS Regain Market Leadership?Heart of the motorcycle market

The Insights Unlocked emotive drivers for riding a motorcycle Liberation and Potency Opportunity revealed for a new brand in Liberation Brand needed to have irreverence, sociability, freedom and exploration at its core, with a young sporty image The Outcome Developed brand targeted directly at the youthful, irreverent side of liberation Apache successfully launched, making strong emotional connection Its Now or Never Resulted in industry accolades, renewed passion within TVS and return to no. 1 position

Liberation segment offered best opportunity for TVS

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Success by building a powerful new brand based on core emotive drivers4

PositioningHow Can We Differentiate a Legal Firm?The Situation The legal market is not known for powerful emotively based branding But MAQS, a business law firm in Scandinavia and Eastern Europe, was looking to challenge category norms An opportunity to differentiate beyond the functional to optimise brand positioning The Research NeedScope Modeller to; Understand the role businesses want their lawyers to have Identify how law companies are currently meeting needs and uncover unmet needs Explore opportunites for MAQS and develop brand strategy and guidelines for execution5

PositioningHow Can We Differentiate a Legal Firm?The InsightsLess creative and informal than these lawyers Dynamic Innovative Challenging Demanding Future oriented Less determined and business-like than these lawyers

Understood the different relationships business clients want with a legal firm Identified unique opportunity for MAQS within Challenger territory dynamic, innovative and challenging Worked with client to explore how to express the Challenger positioning within the context of legal services The Outcome MAQS was able to leverage the Challenger position through Use of archetypal colours black and red Logo motif thinking outside the box Tagline Challenging the laws of convention Applied to all brand touchpoints i.e. logo, website etc.

Successfully unlocking emotion in a traditionally functional market6

InnovationHow Do We Line-extend an Iconic Brand?The Situation A 24 year old brand under pressure Juice category losing value and share Looking for innovation to grow profitability and enhance the brand Hybrid juice/soft drink variant seen as a possible option The Research NeedScope Modeller to; Understand dynamics of total cold drinks market Identify unmet needs Combined with NeedScope Developer To evaluate different territories available to the brand And develop the best offer to take to the market

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InnovationHow Do We Line-extend an Iconic Brand?The InsightsSoft DrinksNew category opportunity Just Juice

Identified gap to develop new hybrid category 50/50 juice and soft drink Understood emotive benefits bubbles bring i.e. fun & vitality Clear direction to align product, packaging, pricing, communication etc The Outcome Just Juice Bubbles line extension launched Sales and profitability targets exceeded in first year Bubbles helped rebuild the core Just Juice brand

Juice

Successful innovation meeting emotive and functional needs and staying true to the core brand8

Brand MergerWill Combining Brands Improve Overall Positioning?The Situation Cingular and AT&T Wireless brands merged due to acquisition The merged brand resulted in weaker brand equity The Research NeedScope Positioner; Standardised NeedScope Positioner included in a Brand Equity study (including CM measures) Analysed the positioning of Cingular vs merged brands relative to competitors to understand points of difference and commonality

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Brand MergerWill Combining Brands Improve Overall Positioning?The InsightsT-Mobile

Positioning of Cingular significantly moved after the merger with AT&T WirelessN extel

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Cingular lost its more extroverted, carefree, easy to deal with positioning The more introverted, organised and efficient values of AT&T Wireless affected the merged brand The Outcome This dissonance caused the drop in brand equity Cingulars original positioning needed to be reinforced as this was more unique in the market and was driving strong brand equity

AT&T Wireless/Cingular

Measuring emotion gets to the real drivers of brand equity10

Brand StrategyHow Can Queensland Compete More Effectively?The Situation Tourism Queensland, a government organisation provides marketing support to the tourism industry Needed to understand the Australian domestic tourist market more deeply than current demographic and psychographic methods Insights needed to help Queensland compete more effectively against local and nearby international destinations The Research A qualitative and quantitative NeedScope programme: Develop a needs-based model of domestic tourism behaviour Understand the position of destinations (local and international) considered by the domestic tourist Identify the optimal position for Queensland relative to other destination options

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The Insights Unlocked the emotive drivers for domestic tourism in Australia The heart of Queensland in the more affiliative Connectors and Social Fun-seekers space Identified opportunities to leverage regional Queensland offerings to maximise market appeal The Outcome Segments showcased on the Tourism Queensland website, for easy industry access and use Brought to life through multi-media tools Australian Domestic Tourist Segments Refocused industry understanding of the market Highlighted the need to leverage the full range of regional destinations within Queensland

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CommunicationsDoes My Ad Execution Fully Leverage Emotion?The Situation Sony introducing the new range BRAVIA LCD and SXRD A simple message needed to be conveyed; the colour you'll see on these screens will be 'like no other'. The Research NeedScope in Ad Eval NeedScope tools included as part of an Ad Eval study Standardised NeedScope model used Measured Sony Bravia image as conveyed by the commercial Understood the emotive dimension in ad executions as well as the typical measures used in Ad Eval

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CommunicationsDoes My Ad Execution Fully Leverage Emotion?Measure Agree a lot ad was informative Agree ad was confusing Sony Bravia % 16 35 Average Benchmark 25 28

The Insights Sonia Bravia Paint Ad seen to be confusing and not informative often enough to kill an execution! The Outcome But NeedScope tools add the emotive dimension the execution has a strong emotive delivery; vital and lively with vibrant colour on strategy Despite disappointing levels on standard pre-test measures, NeedScope showed Sony Bravia Paint delivers on strategy in a compelling way

Vital, Alive Lively, Outgoing

Sony AdVibrant, Colour

Bold, Dynamic Modern

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Image MeasurementWhat are the Real Differences Between Juice Brands?Would recommend to my friends Tastes good Are high quality A brand I buy without even thinking about it Is good for me and my family High quality Are 100% juice Tastes closest to fresh squeezed Fresh Healthy Are made from fresh oranges Fits my dietary needs Are worth paying extra for Healthy Natural Nourishing Are nutritious For the whole family For/with breakfast/brunch Refreshing A brand that is getting better all the time Original/authentic Traditional Helps wake you up

The Situation A Fruit Juice marketer wanted to understand their brand positioning relative to competitors Traditional image measurements showed little discrimination, largely reflecting awareness levels; Tropicana scores more highly across the image attributes regardless of attribute - reflecting its high brand profile And the correlation between the brand image profiles is over 0.7 The Research NeedScope Positioner replaced the traditional image measurements without any increase in questionnaire real-estate

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