Panasonic India has introduced a new 360-degree marketing campaign “AC for Healthier Homes” to promote safe and healthy indoor spaces using smart and intelligent air conditioners.
The campaign has been designed keeping in mind millennials who aspire to live a healthier lifestyle and are ready to explore the technologically sophisticated, connected, comfortable, and convenient experience.
‘AC for Healthier Homes’ campaign will be live across electronic, and digital as well as social media channels and outdoor advertising in a phased manner starting with southern India.
The campaign uses a slice of life, light hearted humour to highlight Panasonic's smart range of Air Conditioners (ACs) which are equipped with nanoe-X and nanoe-G technologies.
Shirish Agarwal, Head of Marketing Communications and Brand, Panasonic India, said, “Keeping in mind, the changing workplace trends, homes have become a centre stage of our lives. Our consumer insight reports tell us that today's consumers are increasingly conscious of a safe and healthy indoor environment and are seeking appliances that can ensure health and hygiene. Our ‘AC for Healthier Homes’ campaign takes cognisance of this aspect and conveys the value propositions of Panasonic’s smart ACs through a light-hearted humour-filled conversation that instantly connects with millennials and is quite relatable.”
Joy Chauhan - Managing Partner, Wunderman Thompson, Delhi, said, “Today, health is that centre point around which everything moves and rightly so. People are fast realising that the four walls of their homes may be secure but not necessarily healthy. Brand Panasonic has always been ahead of the curve when it comes to innovation and products with foresight. The need to have healthy living conditions at home is paramount for today’s consumers. Panasonic’s new age innovative tech solutions aim to cater to this need to stay protected and turn homes into a healthy haven. This is quite a remarkable achievement in consumer goods technology and Wunderman Thompson is proud to partner Panasonic in their ‘Panasonic AC Healthy Homes campaign’ for the cautious consumer.”