Latest innovative ad campaign: Everest Super coloured Roof’s idea to the adoption of colorful culture by providing amazing roofing solution5 min read
Latest innovative ad campaign: Everest’s idea to the adoption of colorful culture by providing amazing roofing solution
“Everest Super” is another product of Everest which complements the colorful lifestyle of the rural India. The product is colourful fibre cement roofing sheets which are not only heat and water resistant but also available with non-corrosive features.
Everest Company which is a complete building solution provider launched its product Everest Super with the thought that why roofs shouldn’t be colorful like other things of life. Mihir Chitre, associate creative director of the company realized that today’s India is colored in everything from mobile covers to footwear, but roofs have always been an exception.
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Everest Super coloured Roofs !!
For reaching and finding the target audience for this innovative thought as well as product, the company used OOH advertising methods and found that rural areas liked it the most. The Company claims that these sheets are not only economical for users but also easy to fix along with promising low noise, and low heat. In this reference, Tejas Mehata, director account management added that after identifying the right audience for the innovative approach, communication automatically started with ad campaigns and these campaigns were very special.
Apart from this, the managing director of the company Mr. Shanghi said that he kept in mind how colours can enhance the look of roof and richness of the house and Everest Super is the most innovative product that can bring beauty to the roof. Also, he added that Everest Super is being the synonym and pride for today’s rural Indian culture. It was the first time in India that fibre cement roofs are adding the aesthetic look to the house with their coloured sheets at such economical prices.
Switch to colorful roofs and add a complimentary taste to your regular lifestyle!
FAQ’s for Rural Marketing in India
Rural advertisement consist of various brand promotional activities carried out by companies in order to enhance brand awareness and visibility in Indian villages among rural audience.
OOH media options like Mobile van advertising, Kiosk Advertising, Hoardings and Wall painting are used to target rural markets and audience in India.
Rural markets in India, unlike their counterparts in urban areas are highly difficult to predict, and have specific characteristics and behavior. Financially, the rural population of India is mostly mix of low and medium level varying irregular income and flow of farm income may vary as per the monsoon season.
Rural promotion or brand activation in Indian villages primarily include set of various activities to boost particular brands visibility and awareness in remote village areas in a given geographical location.
In India’s growth story of being a developing nation, villages have played an important role. Overall rural development efforts has reached villages as well and same can be seen in data of average rural household spending. Growing purchase power definitely attract brands to grow their footprints in Indian rural areas.
MyHoardings have capability and expertise to help brands build their rural marketing strategy. With vast experience in brand promotion in rural areas of India, MyHoardings can provide planning expertise and hassle free campaign execution of ad plans and branding in every corner of India.
Despite a long growth story, challenges remain in rural marketing sector in India. Data shows that number of people under the poverty line has not reduced at the planned and expected rates. Along with that, lack of better transport infrastructure, multiple languages and dialects, low income per capita and seasonal low demand clouts rural markets with clouds of uncertainty in India.
Since India rural markets remain uncertain when compared to urban counterparts, performance measurement also remain a challenging task in limited time periods. As far as Rural marketing is concerned, sustained presence in market is the key to perform in Indian villages and performance can only be verified with sales data in hand for ample period.
Yes. As an established rural branding agency in India, MyHoardings help brands to provide end to end services in rural marketing sector in India. We also provide experienced and influential promoters for interactions with villagers who can be beneficial for brands in Kiosk branding and roadshow advertising campaigns in India.
Yes. MyHoardings is growing rural advertising agency in India and multiple brands have chosen to collaborate with MyHoardings to execute their rural branding campaigns in Indian villages.
Products and services can be promoted with static ads like OOH hoardings, wall painting or interactive advertising mode involving promoters using mobile Kiosks or roadshow advertisement.
Wall painting is traditional, popular and impact creating mode of advertisement in rural Indian. Brand promotion in Villages with Wall painting include painting client creatives on available large walls in rural areas of India.
Wall wraps are usually considered as advanced version of wall painting, include large size flex or vinyl stickers pasted on road walls and retail areas in India. Wall wrap is an very economical and cost effective mode of outdoor advertisement and branding in India, especially in rural areas.
Growth story of Indian rural markets in past few decades is a well-known. Will rise in rural economy, increasingly more and more brands plan to increase their presence in Indian villages in order to increase company footprint and enhanced sales.
Roadshow advertising is used to promote a particular company products and services by displaying same on vehicles and carrying vehicle in busy rural areas of India. Usually promoters also accompany the roadshows in order to explain the product details or plans to the rural audience.
Rural advertisement activities vary highly when compared to urban marketing which need separate planning and crafting different messages for different audience groups. Rural advertising is also dependent on the cultural, geographical and social formats of living.