|Campaign||Nokia and Indiafest|
|Date of First Broadcast/Publication||2012|
|Business Sector||Consumer Electronics & Audio-Visual|
Uncool. It's a word no brand wants to hear about itself, especially from the youth market. But, in recent years, Nokia had been lagging behind its competitors in terms of innovation. So Maxus identified college festivals as the perfect space to reintroduce these mobile phones to young people. (The festivals are social media heaven, much typed about online.)
Nokia went a step further, though, and created Indiafest - the biggest event of its kind, held in Goa. Unique technology allowed attendees to update their Facebook status via wristbands - which they did 59,000 times in just two days. Cool.
- See more at: http://maxusglobal.com/work#47752
|Media Type||Case Study|