Norwich Union TV ads introduce new strapline

Norwich Union has dropped its ‘Quote me happy’ strapline as it launches an £8m unified advertising campaign for its life and insurance business. The campaign, which breaks this week, will be focused on the new strapline ‘We just make it easier’.

Norwich Union has dropped its “Quote me happy” strapline as it launches an £8m unified advertising campaign for its life and insurance business. The campaign, which breaks this week, will be focused on the new strapline “We just make it easier”.

The TV adverts, which have been created by Abbott Mead Vickers.BBDO, will focus on how the financial services company aims to support consumers in “choosing, using and staying with Norwich Union”.

The campaign will take a lighthearted look at the things that Norwich Union cannot control as a platform to show the things that it can provide for its customers. The first execution will focus on motor insurance and it will rotate through home, life and investment over a 12-week period. The TV work will be supported by a press and radio campaign and a new consumer website.

The new aligned approach follows research into customer perceptions and expectations of Norwich Union and its products. Norwich Union marketing director Crawford Davidson says: “These insights reflect the very “essence” of Norwich Union and will increasingly underpin our interaction at every stage of the customer journey”.

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