Case Study – Anglian Water admin
Case Study – Anglian Water
Anglian Water is a water company operating in the East of England, supplying water, drainage and sewerage services to the East of England region, as far down to the River Thames.
As part of their ongoing commitment to investing within the Anglian Water’s service area, the company co-sponsors engineering and construction courses at the College of West Anglia in Wisbech, Cambs.
As well as attracting applications, the brief specified that a key objective was to attract more female students to the courses. Anglian Water wanted to encourage greater participation and interest by women in a traditionally male orientated sector.
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Media Managers made Radio the core element of the campaign strategy, and added support with exposure in targeted regional press on/offline.
The power of Radio to tell a story and engage with the target audiences presented the best channel to get the messaging effectively delivered.
Media Managers devised a campaign using a more inventive and interesting approach called ‘A Day in the Life’. The strategy was to use one of the course’s female students to talk for 40 seconds about how much they were enjoying the course, and how it was helping them to further their goals.
Media Managers produced the commercials which ran at the end of the ad breaks and were ‘trailered’ at the start of the break with a 10 second teaser campaign to ‘set the scene’. This strategy exploited the power of personal recommendation.
The airtime was planned and deployed against a target audience of Women aged 18-24 to achieve optimum awareness and average frequency.
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