bs-preloader__icon
ru kz en

Life insurance in New Zealand is being promoted with child poetry

New Zealand Life Insurance Company Partners Life presented to the market advertising, the main characters of which became children, writes Good Returns.
Life insurance in New Zealand is being promoted with child poetry

The new ad campaign uses redone classic child rhymes.

“Many children's stories teach kids to avoid risks and dangers in a fun and creative way. We add information about insurance products to them,” says Chris Ballantyne, Marketing Manager at Partners Life.

Parents can independently record videos with babies and publish them on social networks. However, the company has also hired the popular New Zealand actor Dave Fane, who tells Christmas stories.

“These stories not only take people back to their childhood but often have dark origins that remind us of the importance of life insurance,” concludes Chris Ballantyne.

Source: https://www.goodreturns.co.nz/article/976517892/using-nursery-rhymes-to-promote-life-insurance.html

Photos are from open sources.

Share
read also
The Scientists Have Found what Diet Protects the Brain from Aging
The Scientists Have Found what Diet Protects the Brain from Aging

Using the neuroimaging method the scientists have tracked how different types of diet...

How to age slower
How to age slower

Aging is inevitable, but at the cellular level it can occur nonlinearly. It is known,...

Who endowment life insurance is suitable for?
Who endowment life insurance is suitable for?

Endowment life insurance (ULI) programs are considered a more reliable way of investi...

The most interesting materials of the site you have in the mail! Subscribe to the newsletter.

ASK A QUESTION TO THE EXPERT
ASK A QUESTION TO THE EXPERT
Submit your application