Croma, an omni-channel electronics retailer from the Tata Group, has launched a digital video business on the event of Worldwide Girls’s Day.
Conceptualised and executed by SoCheers, an independently-led artistic digital company, the business focuses on the theme of ladies’s independence and breaking gender stereotypes in the direction of know-how.
The ‘Tech the First Step’ marketing campaign additional encourages girls to take that first step in the direction of changing into extra impartial, highlighting the significance of enabling girls to grow to be extra tech-savvy.
This marketing campaign is a proactive transfer in selling inclusivity and gender norms surrounding know-how, the corporate acknowledged within the press launch.
The business opens with a 30-year-old lady unboxing a brand new smartphone bought from Croma when her husband instantly presents to assist her to arrange the cellphone, setting the stage for the unfolding of her tech experiences from childhood until immediately.
Flashback scenes of her previous experiences with the boys in her life sub-consciously providing to assist her with technical duties speaks in regards to the gender stereotypes that ladies face in relation to know-how from a younger age.
Nevertheless, the lady within the business realises that she may be self-reliant and takes cost of establishing her new smartphone on her personal. The montage of empowering visuals, together with a youthful model of herself doing every thing independently, emphasises the significance of ladies being impartial and breaking down gender limitations in know-how.
The general message of the business is to encourage girls to take step one with know-how, and be self-reliant.
This video is launched throughout a spread of digital and social media platforms to make sure most visibility and attain.
Shibashish Roy, chief enterprise officer e-commerce and advertising at Croma, mentioned, “Know-how isn’t just a software; it’s a catalyst for change. By way of this marketing campaign our endeavour is to focus on the gender-based biases that we’ve with respect to know-how and likewise the conditioning to resolve quite than assist individuals be self-reliant. At Croma, we’ll assist everybody to not solely make the precise decisions, but additionally embrace know-how as a software for a brighter future.”
Mehul Gupta, co-founder and chief govt officer, SoCheers mentioned, “’Tech step one’ is an extension of Croma’s endeavors to help women-empowerment. Each lady holds the facility to beat prejudice by way of information and her personal decisions. She’s the impartial, self-reliant lady driving a number of completely different elements of her life already, so why not her technological elements too?”
“The marketing campaign’s impactful video employs compelling storytelling to ship a simple non-stereotypical message for girls: the facility is in your arms, seize it,” Gupta added.
Watch the video right here: