In a move aimed at defending its market share, leading confectionery firm Cadbury Kenya limited a subsidiary of Mondelez International has unveiled an integrated marketing campaign, which will see the customers across the country enjoy a treat of Cadbury Dairy Milk chocolates.
The campaign doesn’t alter the taste of the chocolate, but gives the consumers an opportunity to savour Cadbury Dairy Milk chocolate range of flavours.
The campaign is set to run over the next three months includes an interstellar-themed television commercial showcasing a lovable group of Martians who discover a stash of chocolate, which gets them dancing with irrepressible joy. They love the Cadbury Dairy Milk chocolate so much that they resort to invading earth to search for even more joy in the form of chocolate.
Speaking at the launch, Cadbury’s Category Brand Manager, Lorna Kamemba said “We believe that there is a child inside all of us and our chocolates bring them out to play. We developed this campaign with that in mind – we want to connect with our consumers, young and old, in line with our mission of ‘creating delicious moments of joy’ to unwrap the joy in homes across the country.”
The campaign is based on five loveable Martian figurines that Cadbury Dairy Milk has created to reflect its most popular local flavors, Cadbury Dairy Milk, Whole nut, Dream, Fruit and Nut, Top Deck, Mint Crisp, Rum & Raisin, Cashew & Coconut, Biscuit, Dream Biscuit & Top Deck Mint. These are Minchu, Mintu, Swaggy, Hazy and Duos – appearing in the form of collectible Martian figurines and each with their own unique character and personality. They spread the interstellar joy through their quirky personalities and infectious dance moves.
Cadbury Dairy Milk was introduced into the Kenyan market in 1970 and has since grown to become a household name across the country. With over 60% market share, Cadbury Dairy Milk continues to enjoy market leadership in Kenya with this campaign representing a continued effort to sustain and grow local market leadership in the region.