The Woman Behind The Veil Fp7 Riyadh para AL RAJHI BANK

The Woman Behind The Veil

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Sector Servicios bancarios y financieros
Media Publicidad en TV y cine, Publicidad exterior, vallas publicitarias, carteles, vehículos, Digital
Mercado Arabia Saudí
Agencia Fp7 Riyadh
Creative Director Dany Azzi
Senior Art Director Jimmy Abboud
Copywriter Sara Al Haian
Senior Copywriter Najla Al Olayan
Agencia de production Millimeter Productions
Director Roy Chucri
Publicado abril 2017

Creditos y descripciones

Category: Financial Services
Brand: Al Rajhi Bank
Media: Outdoor
Country: Saudi Arabia
Advertising Agency: Fp7 Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Managing Director, Fp7 Riyadh: Marc Lawandos
Strategic Planning Director: Sanjay Kumar
Creative Director: Dany Azzi
Senior Art Director: Jimmy Abboud
Digital Senior Graphic Designer: Khalid Zahran
Digital Graphic Designer: Farah Al Kadi
Head of Copy: Hosam Mobarak
Senior Copywriter: Najla Al Olayan
Copywriter: Sara Al Haian
3d Animation: Mohamed Reda
Account Director: Firas Fares
Digital Senior Account Manager: Tala Alem
Production Manager: Osama Barqawi
Production House: Millimeter Productions
Post Production: Pixelmob
Director: Roy Chucri
Date: April, 2017
Description:
In Saudi Arabia, advertising shows a lot of gender bias. While it is normal to feature men across print & outdoor channels (the most prevalent mass media in Saudi Arabia), showing women is forbidden, due to strict cultural regulations.
So, when Al Rajhi Bank, a leading Islamic bank in Saudi Arabia, was promoting Laki - a card offering personalization for women with the promise of being unique to you – the bank didn’t create another ad hiding women behind the veil.
Instead, FP7 set out to show how the card was actually unique to each woman.
And created the first outdoor ad in Saudi Arabia with women on it, without breaking any rules.
Mirrors were placed on MUPIs. And each MUPI had a camera linked to an NFC device, a Bluetooth beacon and a simple message: “Discover a card that’s unique to You”.
168 MUPIs were installed across popular malls in the key urban cities of Saudi Arabia.
The beacon inside each MUPI sent notifications to passers-by and invited all who were women to check who we had in mind for the card.
As women walked up, they saw themselves in an Al Rajhi Bank ad that was unique to each one of them.
They could grant permission to get a picture taken, get it sent to their mobile and then share it with their world.
Each share became an ad for the bank.
Using the beacon notification, a link allowed women to contact the bank directly and start the application process.
Traffic on the cards website increased 58%. And card applications increased by 17%.
And just like the card, each ad turned out to be unique to each woman too.