Meesho’s new film by DDB Mudra encourages women entrepreneurship

The TVC asks individuals to start an online business with Meesho with zero investment

e4m by exchange4media Staff
Published: Oct 25, 2020 10:00 AM  | 2 min read

Meesho in collaboration with DDB Mudra has launched its first TVC to communicate the brand’s mission to help women achieve financial independence.

The film is based on strong cultural insights mined using DDB’s proprietary ‘Emotional Advantage’ thinking. It focuses on an unstated need of a woman, which is to claim what she rightfully deserves – her own identity. The film celebrates the unstoppable spirit of women who overcome all social and economic barriers with the line that captures the sentiment of 'Not just a homemaker, a Meesho Entrepreneur'.

The film narrates an ordinary day in a homemaker’s life where she is addressed with several titles given by her family members and others. The film takes a pleasant turn when her husband calls her by her name along with her designation as an entrepreneur. He hands over the phone to her, which shows that a sum of money has been credited to her account by Meesho. Her face lights up and the film ends with a voiceover that says, ‘I have many names, but for the first time, I have my own identity’. The TVC encourages individuals to start an online business with Meesho with zero investment.

Speaking about the campaign, Vidit Aatrey, Founder & CEO, Meesho said, “Over the past few years of running Meesho we have realised that there is no dearth of aspiration amongst women in India and through our platform we have been able to help millions of aspirational Indian women to come online, start their business and establish their own identity - and that's exactly what we wanted to show case in this TVC. We wanted to celebrate the indomitable spirit of our women entrepreneurs and encourage more women to start their businesses online.”

Anurag Tandon, Managing Director, DDB Mudra West said, “Entrepreneurship in India is largely an urban and male dominated phenomenon. But this has to change; not just for the empowerment of women but the country as a whole. Through this film, the one thing that we wanted to do was inspire women to feel confident to start their journey of financial independence. It is a step towards creating communication that’s gender inclusive and empowering.”

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