Nivea's highly acclaimed "Sun Block Ad" was underpinned by a mobile app and a technology laden magazine insert that transformed into a bracelet and allowed Brazilian parents to keep track of their children's whereabouts on the beach. Once the tear-out bracelet was synchronized with the Nivea Protégé app, it sent an alert to the mobile if the child strayed beyond a certain point set by the carer.
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- Why is the Nivea "Sun Block Ad" considered an interesting case of success?
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The unique ad allowed Beiersdorf to more holistically and creatively convey the Nivea brand promise of care and protection to capitalize on the attractive Brazilian market.
Recognizing that marketing innovation contributes to perceived differentiation, Nivea built upon a previously successful combination of print and digital marketing to solve a key childcare challenge for Brazilian beachgoers.
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