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  • Fenny \n\nFIVE COLOURS IN BOXES\n30 sec\n
  • Emma: 40 secs\nDuality of ‘treat’ – referring to indulgence, and ‘treatment’ high quality function and clinical effectiveness\n\nUse of graphical symbol to emphasise the dual nature of the logo- potential for a design tool, other information can be inserted into the [ ].\n\n\n\nOpportunities to ‘treat’ others and for brand to appeal to male / female consumer as a longer term objective (acknowledge that male skincare vastly growing industry)\n
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  • 2mins\n \n Personalised service\n \nToo many...\n Options\n Broken promises\n Never ending struggles to find the perfect moisturiser.\n
  • 2mins\n\n“However the tension between nature and culture still\nPrevails” p416, technomyth \nCont’d “…the underlying theme remains always the same: controlling the\ndamaging effects of the environment through technological interventions…” p416\n\nMore…” The quest\nfor a younger looking skin becomes articulated as a warlike act, with fluids\nacting as 'peacekeepers,' ingredients rebuilding skin's own 'protective barrier*\nand supplementing its own 'defenses' to 'combat' and 'fight' against\nthe ultimate enemy, wrinkles” technomyth p418\n
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  • 1min\n\n“As mentioned above, higher value colours have a ‘whitish’ quality to them. Psychophysiological research suggests that white has a calming effect in that white light seems to produce the least amount of tension in the form of hand tremor” (James & Domingos, 1953 cited in Gorn et al, 1997:1390)\n
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  • 30secs\n\nEDIT HERE IOANNA\n\n“Considering the centrality of bodily representation for 'being'\na woman, it is not surprising that the images of the bodies of older\nwomen cause such problems and fears.” Page 411, “technomyth of youth in anti aging skin care”PROBLEMS OF THE \nIntroduction: Cultural stragegy\nWORLD\nPROBLEMS TO SELF\nPROBLEMS TO THE PRODUCT. \n
  • 2mins\n\n“From a social perspective, the anti-aging movement reflects a shift from aging as a natural process that is met with I\n\n1ST: Feeling attractive\nBeing a woman\nncreasing cultural disdain, and one that should be remedied” (Bayer, 2005, cited in Mulse & Desmaris, 2010; 126)\n\n2ND: Learning about your skin\nGrowing up\n\n3RD: Lack of belief in products / continue to buy anyway\nDesire to retain some control and level of luxury / indulgence in times of austerity\n\n\n\n…\n\n1st: Scientific proof\nNatural ingredients\nSkin routine\n\n2nd:Emulating others\nPeer-to-peer advice\nTaking no chances\n
  • 1min\n\nThe challenges of growing up\nBelonging/individuality\nCommunities\nTransparent companies\nUncertainty\nAttached to brands\n
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  • Emotional and ethically responsible connection to the brand. Respond to this with ‘empowerment’ mentoring programme for young women – business / commerce / the entrepreneur / self made aspirational woman\n\n Treat[ment] is a luxurious moisturiser that promises to be the ‘perfect partner’ for skin. \n It will be an experience performed twice daily that will help maintain control and provide stability and security in the ever-changing fast paced environment. The freshness it brings skin will leave you empowered and filled with confidence. Product, Service, Experience\n\n\n
  • 2mins\n1st: Clean typeface evokes function and modernity/ traditional serifs suggest luxury and elegance\nUse of capitalisation suggestive of a name / friend / person/ familiar and lower case less forceful (our “millennial’s” are not to be patronised / preached at)\nColour use is clean and cool, references alkaline, mineral / natural\nUse of blue is opposite warm florid tones on colour wheel – will not irritate your skin\n\n2nd: Nesting shapes to suggest usage (concave / convex) evoke the sun / moon and reinforces the night / day cream\nGradation of texture / colour symbolises the acceptance that our skin’s requirements change over time and \nManipulation of opacity / transparency to hint at lab aesthetic whilst retaining level of glamour\n
  • Fenny\n\n1MIN\n
  • 5secs\n
  • Ioanna edit here\n\n3MINS\n\n Consultation - online / store create profile, your skin will be diagnosed as one of the five types and then an online profile will be made from there.\n \n Option to follow your ‘perfect partner’ on social media (Twitter / Facebook). Hints and tips forum \n \n Pop up shops – customer contact, taking the business to the customer. Unique as no other brand does this. Allows flexibility to travel the UK and visit festivals etc.\n
  • Fenny\n1MIN\n
  • Fenny\n1MIN\n
  • 2SECS\n
  • Treat[ment] final

    1. 1. your perfect partner.
    2. 2. OUR BRAND your perfect partner.Target Audience: Women 25-35 years oldValues: Community Spirit ResponsibleChoices Natural Luxury Generous Actions
    3. 3. MARKET OVERVIEW Category Insights
    4. 4. WHERE & WHAT SUPERMARKETS DEPARTMENT & STORES HIGH STREET RETAILERS Affordability LessLimited & Consultations accessiblerange of Offersprices Personalised customer Accessibility experience Skin Types Sensitive Dry Normal Combination Oily
    5. 5. EXISTING BRANDINGSTRATEGY ‘Real Beauty’ ‘Technomyth’ Campaigns Inherent need to improve our looks Unattainable Standards of Beauty: Celebrities & Models
    6. 6. BRANDING TRENDS -SEMIOTIC ANALYSIS NATURAL COSMOCEUTICAL organic trust & expertise ethical scientific language recycled packaging pure white earth tones cool & metalic colours NOSTALGIA ‘REAL BEAUTY’ glamour &femininity community & advocacy witty puns real women bright colours curves & pure white & pastel colours retro graphics 6
    7. 7. POSITIONING Bio Oil Dove Clinique Dior E45 Olay Clarins Lancôme Johnsons Nivea Avon Estée Lauder Simple Garnier No7 Loreal
    8. 8. CUSTOMER INSIGHTS
    9. 9. TRENDS GLOBAL ECONOMIC CRISIS CONCERNS & DESIRES ENVIRONMENTAL CRISIS QUEST FOR BEAUTY SELF-ESTEEM ATTRACTIVENESS PERSONAL CHALLENGES 25-35 YEAR OLDS: CHANGES & MULTIPLE ROLES
    10. 10. FOCUS GROUP INSIGHTS Finding the right match Self-esteem & dissatisfaction Teenage experience Peer-to-Peer Recommendation ‘best of both worlds’ Focus Group Quote Relationship of Trust Recognisable Product Long-term Brand Loyalty
    11. 11. TARGET AUDIENCE The “Millennials” ๏ Defined by their lifestyle ๏ Demanding ๏ Connected ๏ Educated
    12. 12. STRATEGY
    13. 13. BRAND & PRODUCT LOGOST ressa achel e a t ve nna inaSensitive Dry Normal Combination Oily Skin Skin Skin Skin Skin 13
    14. 14. OUR VALUESCommunity Spirit : We believe in creating a communitywhere your voice can be heard and experiences shared.Responsible Choices: We take care of those who work withor for us to create products that take care of your skin.Natural Luxury: We source the purest elements directly fromNature in the least invasive ways.Generous Actions: We find ways to give back to thecommunity with the help of our ‘Perfect CharityPartners’. 14
    15. 15. PRODUCT & PACKAGING DESIGN๏Blue๏Green๏Gradient๏Transparency๏Chrome๏Curved๏Pump๏Glass๏Light Brown Cardboard๏Matte Surface
    16. 16. PRICE Mini Size Box Set £8 Regular Size Box Set £12 Individual Product £7
    17. 17. BRANDCOMMUNICATIONS
    18. 18. BRANDCOMMUNICATIONS Initial Consultation Online Online Registration Social Media - Facebook Page - Twitter ‘Perfect Partner’ Accounts Skin - Twitter Consultation Pop-up Customer shops ServicesReturn forpreferredproduct
    19. 19. THE FUTURE5 YEAR PLANIncrease Range of Products Male Skincare Range๏ add new products ๏ Men skin care market growing ๏ Treat[Men]๏ create products for new ages
    20. 20. CONCLUSION  A consumer-central brand  Ethics & responsibility  Product & Packaging reflecting our values  Communications focused on appropriate channels  Plans for further development
    21. 21. THANK YOUWE WELCOME YOUR QUESTIONS

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