Honda unveils ‘Bade Kaam Ki CLIQ’ campaign for its utility scooter – CLIQ
Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India Pvt. Ltd. has rolled out the latest 360o campaign – ‘Bade Kaam Ki CLIQ’ for new Honda CLIQ. Developed by TBWAIndia, the campaign is on air across all popular channels.
Taking a leap and accelerating the pace of ‘scooterization’ in the country, Honda introduced CLIQ in the market in June 2017, with an aim to cater to the growing demand from the tier 2 and 3 cities in India.
Honda CLIQ is smartly designed to maximize utility with additional value of comfort and convenience for utilitarian customers.
The objective of the campaign is to establish Honda CLIQ as a utility vehicle with tagline of ‘Bade Kaam ki CLIQ’. Taking forward the scooterisation to tier 2 & 3 towns.
Brief shared with agency:
Taking the thought of “Bade Kaam ki CLIQ” forward and targeting rural-urban India for whom value for money holds the highest importance, who look for a practical and convenient 2Wheeler in the 100-110cc segment.
The campaign took inspiration from some real stories of small town. India’s growth potential is a topic of discussion in every country today, but this growth story is only possible because of one big asset -the emerging Indian who pushes forward every day and fulfils his duties in the hope of climbing up the social ladder.
One common trait is their progressive mind set & they never consider their work any less important than that of others around them. Therefore, this campaign evokes a sense of pride in emerging India, which pushes the people to move ahead, while beautifully placing Honda CLIQ as the enabler through their journey to success.
The campaign “Bade Kaam ki CLIQ” focuses on a young IT technician named Bunty who aspires to do bigger things in his life. Bunty is a clear depiction of India’s growth partner who take pride in what they do for others and make a difference to their community. They are the real people of India who push India forward every day.
The film’s start shows Bunty, who seems to be very popular in his neighbourhood leaving his shop on Honda CLIQ. He rides in to the by lanes of the town and stops at a shop where a guy places parcel on the rear load carrier. Bunty continues his journey from cityscape to now a semi urban area where he is seen riding on rough and patchy roads filled with slush.
Bunty finally reaches ‘Vidya Niketan School’ and surprises a classroom full of children. The headmaster welcomes him. The students get excited when Bunty unpacks the parcel and takes out a projector and laptop to show them an educational film.
When Bunty leaves, the headmaster is seen appreciating Bunty for making the efforts in bringing joy to the kids and pats him for this effort. Bunty gives the credit to his Honda CLIQ followed by a voiceover ‘Har Bade Kaam ke liye Honda CLIQ. Bade Kaam ki CLIQ.’
Mr. Yadvinder Singh Guleria, Senior Vice President, Sales & Marketing, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Pvt. Ltd. said, “CLIQ is a perfect blend of Practicality, Versatility and value for money. Breaking the price barrier of automatic transmission on two wheels, CLIQ is emerging in the consideration of traditional mind set of the rural motorcycle buyers.”
Honda as an automatic scooter leader is taking scooterisation to tier 2 & 3 towns and we are happy to partner with them through this campaign.” said Amitesh Rao, Executive Director, TBWA India.
Ashwin Parthiban, Managing Partner, TBWA India, said “Bunty is a clear depiction of India’s growth partners who are mobile & take pride in what they do for others and make a difference to their community. They are the real people of India who are pushing India forward every day.”
Campaign elements: TVC, Print, Outdoor, PoS, Cinema
Client: Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India Pvt. Ltd.
Creative Agency: TBWAIndia
Director (of the film): Shaunit Motwani
Production House: ESP Films
Still Photographer: Sushmendra Dubs
Working title of film: Bade Kaam Ki CLIQ
Campaign breaks as of: 22nd August, 2018
Exposure (mediums used): Television, Cinema
Print campaign details
Breaks on: 22nd August, 2018
Size : Full page ads, Half page ads
Exposure (mediums used): Press, POS, Outdoor etc.