Taproot India creates its first campaign for Karbonn Mobile

16 Oct,2012

By A Correspondent


Karbonn Smart Mobile is the official sponsor of the Champions League Twenty20 currently being played in South Africa.


Taproot has created series of TVCs which is currently on air, and there will be some digital and onground activities as well in the coming days, which are around the same idea, “Can you do two things at a time?”


Shashin Devsare, Executive Director, Karbonn Mobiles explained, “Our superior quality ‘Duple series’ phone A21 is dedicated for dual core processors and is launched under the highly successful umbrella ‘Karbonn Smart’. We asked the agency to come up with a unique campaign so as to communicate the multitasking capabilities of dual core processors being used in Karbonn Smartphones. The creative message in the campaign is centric to Karbonn Smart’s new advertising positioning of connecting with Indian youth with offbeat, humorous & engaging messaging. We are confident that this new campaign will help us engage better with our consumers, enhancing the brand imagery for the smartphone segment in the market.”


Santosh Padhi, Chief Creative Officer & Co-Founder, Taproot India said, “The challenge was to bring upfront the single-minded benefit (Dual Core Processor in the Duple Series Smart phones) basically what it does is, it allows you to do more than one thing at the same time. We took a interesting insight that’s relevant to youth, though youth is known for multitasking, but physical one cannot do two things at a time, hence the whole idea is you may fail to do two things at the same time but the new Karbonn Smart A21 won’t.”


Manan Mehta, Managing Partner, Taproot India said, “This is our first campaign for Karbonn Smart. We were handed over an interesting brief where the target audience were teenagers. The truth about today’s young India is that they are comfortable living parallel lives at multiple levels. Their impatience combined with high ambitions have allowed the unlocking of potential markets, by creating opportunities to launch products that address their needs. The intent of this campaign was to reflect this very mindset of our impatient, multi-tasking audience and demonstrate the product benefit upfront in a rather amusing manner.”


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