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Exide Life Insurance unveils new digital media campaign- #NoMoreShortCuts

16-January-2016
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Exide Life Insurance unveils new digital media campaign- #NoMoreShortCuts

Exide Life Insurance has announced the release of its new campaign #NoMoreShortCuts across social media.

The campaign which takes its inspiration from the word ‘Jugaad’ which means quick fix or a shortcut has been released across digital media including social, native and video platforms. Using this campaign the company plans to generate engagements and conversations with its customers over a 30-day period.

 According to the campaign, Exide Life Insurance used this insight to introduce a unique character named Jugaadulal. In a quirky tale, the audience follows the protagonist in his endeavor to employ short cuts on a daily basis, only to see them fail. He takes us through his experience of using shortcuts and the failures it leads to. In a humorous manner, we are privy to the different phases of his life, and his final realization that shortcuts aren’t the best solution and cannot win over long term planning. After all, Zindagi mein thoda Jugaad toh chalta hai, Lekin Jugaad se zindagi thodi chalti hai!

 On release of this campaign, Mohit Goel, Director, Marketing said, “The message integrates perfectly with our brand mission of helping Indians prepare financially for a Long and Happy Life. Through this execution, we want our customers to know while shortcuts work sometimes, they aren’t always the best solution. And for a long and happy life, you need to have the foresight for long-term planning. This is truly specific for financial planning because there are no shortcuts to making money.”

Watch the digital campaign here:

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