#CNWHyyy campaign

In Malaysia, Singapore

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THE CHALLENGE

Chinese New Year (CNY) provides a strong business opportunity for brands, but it’s a crowded time with many activities and campaigns. To help Coca-Cola break through the clutter, a key issue faced by youths during CNY was leveraged – awkward questions from nosy aunties at the annual family reunion.Thus, we set out to spark curiosity, interest and impact among the youth in the weeks leading up to CNY.

OUR APPROACH

To kickstart the campaign, we created ‘meme’ style posts and used reputable and relevant influencers. We turned the unpleasantness of awkward conversations into witty content, all tagged with the catchy hashtag #CNWhyyy.

Coco-Cola CNWhyyy Campaign, Client at Lion & Lion

Secondly, small videos featuring specific awkward aunty questions was created, such as; "Girl ah, got boyfriend already or not?", or "How's your results from school? Got 'A's?".

Coco-Cola CNWhyyy Webisodes - Lion & Lion

We also created 15s TVCs to capture the attention of our target audience on Facebook. The awkward questions created an opportunity to introduce the intrinsic qualities of Coca-Cola during the Chinese New Year season.

Coco-Cola CNWhyyy Pocket TVCs - Lion & Lion

THE RESULTS

S$160k

EMV

1.4 Mil

Impressions on social media

86%

Engagement rate

Coca-Cola achieved an EMV of S$160k, 7x higher than expected. In the end, influencers managed to reach 1.4M users with well over 9K engagements for the teaser campaign, and +80% of the influencers used for the campaign outperformed their average engagement rate by 150%.

In Malaysia, Coca-Cola achieved an engagement rate of 86% – 6% more than Chinese New Year in 2016. In Singapore, Coca-Cola achieved an engagement rate of 0.84% across all posts – 18% more than CNY 2016.

Overall the campaign saw an average engagement rate uplift of 12% for both markets – and was featured by regional media such as Mumbrella and Marketing-Interactive.