FINDING INSPIRATION FOR A GLOBAL MARKETING STRATEGY

THE QUESTION

The decision to live and work abroad represents a step into the unknown; no two places or situations are the same. This means Expats need support, information and guidance – not just great cover to help them along the way. Our client (global medical insurance) wanted to understand these changes better so that it could be there when it matters, building a marketing strategy to build global brand awareness.

OUR APPROACH

We took the customer decision journey as a framework for exploring how people use the internet and social media to learn about living and working abroad – at each stage of the experience. By exploring search behaviour and interactions on social media we were able to explore how people learn and help each other. Doing this across 5 countries let us find important commonalities and differences in the experience and approach, and opportunities to talk to Expats in a more compelling way.

THE ANSWER

This project “has been extremely useful in many aspects of our global marketing activity and is helping shape our strategic plans. It’s also helped inspire and inform our creative, marketing and PR agencies as they deliver on our strategy”.