Divine Chocolate’s marketing has undergone a step change as it realises the importance of brand in communicating its “complicated proposition”, where it needs to talk about not just the taste of its chocolate but its unique ownership model.
Marketers want a positive, do-good brand purpose but if they do harm before doing good, all integrity will be lost and brand purpose will go straight out the window.
The P&G-owned brand has seen consumer perceptions in the UK plummet in the wake of the ad, which has been both criticised and applauded for its attempt to tackle toxic masculinity.
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The campaign’s use of contemporary descriptors was meant to spark a debate and coverage beyond the ads and force a reappraisal of the career options the Army offers. It worked, achieving its targets at a lower cost.
The 200-year-old brand is investing in marketing, restructuring the business and becoming more reactive on social, all in a bid to get people eating fish one more time a week.
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