|Titel||The Animals' Own Emergency Number|
|Kampagne||THE ANIMALS' OWN EMERGENCY NUMBER|
|Marke||DNB Animal Insurance|
|Datum der ersten Ausstrahlung/Veröffentlichung|
|Story||In case of an emergency, you call 911. But if something happens to your pet, what number do you call then? When working on DNB Animal Insurance, we discovered a disturbing insight: In Norway, 9 out of 10 pet owners don’t know what number to call in case of an emergency. To give all animals the protection they needed the most, DNB called out for a new national emergency number; 114 – for our four-legged friends. Through a nationwide signature campaign, signed by the animals themselves, we engaged thousands of animals and their owners across the country. The result: A truly life-saving service, that has already saved over 1500 animals.|
|Philosophie||The campaign was targeted to pet insurance customers, which directly links to potential animal patients in need of medical assistance. The whole strategy was based on solving a medical problem for animals - giving them their own official emergency number so they can be helped more efficiently. Background Situation: DNB is Norway's largest bank, but their added role as an insurance company is lesser known. Despite being rated the number one insurer for cats and dogs, the sales did not match up. Brief: Increase sales by making DNB animal insurance more well-known for all animal owners in Norway Objectives: Increase sales by +400% Describe The Creative Idea Insights: We found that the existing rational communication around pet insurance missed something important - that the target audience of animal owners saw their pets as part of their own family. The answer came when we started treating the cause as importantly as we would for any other member of the family. Through our research, it became clear there was an recurring issue facing pet owners who found themselves in serious situations with their pets: a survey showed that 9 out of 10 Norwegians had no idea what number to call if their pet needed urgent help. The idea: As the leading bank in Norway, DNB realized this could be a great opportunity to channel their size as a bank into an ambitious project for social responsibility. To ensure that all animals get the protection they deserve, DNB called out to establish the first national emergency number for animals. Describe The Execution Through a large-scale fully integrated campaign, DNB called out for an official national emergency number for animals. We launched with a national TVC, and followed up immediately with a nationwide petition that the animals themselves could sign. The media strategy ranged from traditional channels like TVC and online films to more inventive channels like roadshow petition events, a public televised political debate, start numbers on dog runs, tennis balls, snapchat filters, instagram stories and more. Over a 5 week period, we engaged animals owners (and a few more) in every platform possible. We also went beyond advertising media channels and made a more important one of our own: Together with the Norwegian Animal Protection Alliance, DNB created a fully operational emergency number for animals, basing it on the same setup as the police emergency number where you based on your location and time, will connect to the closest veterinary clinic. Describe The Strategy The goal of the campaign was reaching all pet owners across Norway, and while the ages/sexes/demographics varied - they all shared one common trait: their love for their pets. All animal owners are dedicated and engaged with their pets and especially their well-being. By choosing to channel the media strategy towards advocating and fighting for an important issue for the target audience, putting our hard-sell strategy aside and focusing on the general well-being of all animals, we managed to prove to everyone why DNB is the number one animal insurer. We based our media strategy around the existing engagement pet owners already have around their pets. From meeting them in their own environments with petition stands in dog parks across the country, to leaning into their eagerness to post pictures on social media, we were able to reach and engage a much wider audience than a traditional insurance campaign. List The Results +1450% sales increase 2.1 million organic impressions 1.4 million social interactions 8704 pets signed the petition and got their paw in our protocol Over 1400 animal owners have gotten the help they needed through our emergency number The national emergency number we created is still active and being used to this day|
|Project Manager||Kristina Skogen|
|Account Director||Arne Eggen|
|Press Relations Consultant||Robin Idland Krüger|
|Direktor Fotografie||Frederik Säll|
|Webdesigner||Malin Elisabeth Lindberg|
|Digital producer||Karen V. Madsen|
|Post producer||Johanne Lund|
|Head of Client Services||Hanne Henriksen|
|Graphic designer/digital producer||Elise Ismar|
|Graphic designer/digital producer||Vilde Dienso Skorpen|
|Performance Marketing Manager||Cecilie Helsvig|
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