IKEA Singapore has released a film created totally from home, to thank everybody who’s being home as well as playing the role of theirs to have the planet safeguarded amidst the COVID 19 situation. The movie has the very simple delights that tends to make house count, like cuddles, playtime, along with working from home. Nigel Richardson, head of advertising, IKEA Southeast Asia, declared house is much more significant today than ever before in these times, and also hopes the movie will motivate individuals to remain inside, remain safe and also remember to relish time with loved ones at home.
In order to produce the movie, creative agency TBWA Singapore rallied the agency of its to shoot and talk about the daily life of theirs in your house as it’s. The outcome, that is a home made film shot, had also been edited and also created in houses across Singapore.
Andy Grant, ECD, TBWASingapore, said creating a home made film about home thought a “lovely way” to encourage as well as reveal an insight into what a lot of Singaporans are having right now. “We needed to celebrate everything that we are able to have at home, from being inventive, to being impulsive, to adapting to the day issues of our brand new reality while keeping safe,” Grant added.
The ad follows IKEA Southeast Asia appointing TBWA Singapore as its brand new lead creative agency previous September, after a four month closed door pitch process. Appointed for 3 seasons, TBWA Singapore will deal with the brand’s ikea Abu Dhabi innovative work such as integrated promotions, store opening campaigns, social and digital communications across Singapore, Thailand and Malaysia.
Meanwhile, earlier this season, IKEA’s parent company Ingka Group launched a “data promise” to the customers of its, to get a set of concepts as well as be transparent to its clients. Through this particular move, Ingka Group aimed to offer clients with understanding, ability and management to make choices about the information of theirs. Based on the parent company, this “customer data promise” was the company’s strategy to make sure it’s putting many people first in most data driven processes.