Gorenje – Content Strategy

Client

Content strategy

Connecting With Customers That Buy Your Product Once In A Decade

Life Simplified

Gorenje just developed their new brand positioning “Life Simplified” with no existing plan of how to execute on it.

CHALLENGE

How to properly engage with customers who buy the product extremely rarely? How to bring “Life Simplified” strategy to life through new products, services, customer experience and communication?

outcome

Designed a comprehensive content strategy that expanded and better defined “Life Simplified” brand positioning into content themes e.g. Home Simplified, Cooking Simplified, Family Simplified

Content Strategy
Digitalisation
Agile

Project

Extensive trend analysis into areas of life that people felt they needed to “simplify” in their life.

Identified potential playgrounds to explore with content manifesting as trends at the intersection of the target audience and the Gorenje brand.

Based on our strategy, we started to continuously prepare & publish (in-house) stories and ideas on how to manage these important aspects of life in a fun and stress-free way (in the form of blog posts and social media stories).

​Increasing the value of the Gorenje brand for existing and future customers through useful, relevant and engaging content.

“Life Simplified”became the employees’  internal mantra for everything from writing an email to launching an international campaign

Content simultaneously running across different platforms and channels for the first time

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