An Aldi Shopper Gets Balletic With a Shopping Cart in Brand's Australian Repositioning Spot

Campaign Aims to Show That Its Stores Are 'Good Different'

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Aldi is a successful challenger brand in Australia, in particular to the country's "big two" retailers, Coles and Woolworth's. So, the German company's new repositioning campaign in the country plays on the fact that it's different, but "good different."

To introduce the new tagline, a TV spot by BMF shows a woman performing a dance routine on her shopping cart in an Aldi parking lot -- before she stops to stack it up and receive her coin back. The voiceover reminds us that Aldi customers are "Australia's most satisified customers three years in a row -- even though you need a coin for your trolley." Steve Ayson at The Sweet Shop directed the ad.

It's an interesting approach -- and, in trying to make a virtue out of its quirks, reminds us also of what TK Maxx is trying to do in the U.K.

The "Good Different" tagline is being rolled out this week as part of Aldi's biggest integrated campaign in 16 years of operation in Australia. It will also include OOH advertising and 30 more TV ads to come this year.

Stephen McArdle, BMF managing director, commented in a statement: "Aldi has always been a very different proposition to the big two, and for a long time that felt like a barrier to the brand becoming part of Australia's weekly shopping routine. But in truth, it's these quirks and differences that make Aldi a brilliantly refreshing antidote to the Colesworth duopoly. Most shoppers have now realized this and we're shouting it from the rooftops with a voice as 'Good Different' as the shopping experience itself, so the rest of Australia can come join them."

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Credits
Date
May 16, 2017
Agency:
BMF
Client:
Aldi (Australia)
Executive Creative Director:
Cam Blackley
Creative Director:
Alex Derwin
Associate Creative Director:
Rosita Rawnsley-Mason
Art Director:
Rosita Rawnsley-Mason
Art Director:
Nadia Ahmad
Copywriter:
Tom Johnson
Copywriter:
Millicent Malcolm
Designer:
Matthew Hughes
Executive Planning Director:
Christina Aventi
Head of Planning:
Hugh Munro
Managing Director:
Stephen McArdle
Group Account Director:
Toby Hussey
Account Director:
Hayley Basham
Agency Producer:
Jenny Lee Archer
Production Company:
The Sweet Shop
Director:
Steve Ayson
Producer:
Cindy Kavanagh
Executive Producer:
Loren Bradley
Executive Producer:
Edward Pontifex
Managing Partner:
Wilf Sweetland
Post Production:
Arc Edit
Post Production:
Alt VFX
Editor:
Peter Sciberras
Photographer:
Gavin Johns
Art Buyer:
Basir Salleh
Music Supervision:
Level Two Music
Sound Production:
Rumble Studios
Director of Photography:
Germain McMicking
Marketing Director:
Mark Richardson
Marketing Manager:
Lachlan Sweet

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