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Baltic PR Awards 2012
Category: PUBLIC AFFAIRS
Organization: AIRPORT
Client: Roche Latvija
Country: Latvia
Project name: ES IEŠU (I will go)
Place:1st

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  • 1. Category: PUBLIC AFFAIRS AIRPORT (Latvia) Social campaign to raise awareness about the problem of breast cancer “ES IEŠU” (“I will go”). Roche Latvia Summary Breast cancer is the most common oncological disease in Latvia. Women areindifferent to therisk of diseaseof breast cancer. For this reason, we carried out a wide informative campaign with the goal to:- reduce women’s apathy towards breast health.- increase awareness about the issue of breast cancer within the society.- increase government-sponsored check-ups — in 2012, to achieve at least a 50% attendance rate among those women receiving invitations to a government-sponsored check-up. What did we do to achieve this? Campaign had three stages: 1) to raise awareness within the society about the situation’s seriousness, 2) CTA - go to a check-up! 3) an invitation to participate in a march of solidarity and to express support for breast cancer patients and their friends and relatives. Main activities: Stage one:- Press conference to unveil the campaign — an invitation for the media to be involved, to help carry the stories further and raise awareness about the issue.- Video stories, whose main heroes — women who have been touched by breast cancer on TV3, TV3+, TV3play and campaign home page.- OOH: the campaign’s billboard announcement, to attract attention &infographicbillboard — at public transportation stops.- Infographicvideo, explaining the situation and statistics in Latvia on campaign home page.- The campaign homepage www.esiesu.lv- Internet banners inviting people to watch the video statements + special targeted internet banners for a male audience.- Printed media: interviews with the main characters from video stories, interviews with doctors, articles related to the issue. Stage two:- Video invitations, whose main characters — women well-known and respected in society — affirm that they will go to a check-up on TV3, TV3+, Tv3play and campaign home page.- Integration into the most popular soap opera among the target audience Ugunsgrēks (Conflagration). One of the main characters receives a letter of invitation (for a check-up).- The ES IEŠU map on the 1188.lv website — women could find out the closest location for a check-up.- Additional opportunity to get checked: during the campaign, a mobile mammograph was placed in the shopping mall Alfa every Saturday.- ES IEŠU selection of chocolate truffles, in collaboration with Pure Chocolate sold in RIMI hypermarkets in whole Latvia – as a dedication to all women and a gift to a woman to affirm that you care!- Targeted banners in the social network site draugiem.lv- Printed media: interviews with campaign’s patronesses, articles related to the issue, public inquiries involving men. Stage three:- Latvia’s ex-President VairaVīķe-Freiberga and other campaign’s patronesses invite everyone to participate in the march! – video on TV3, TV3+, TV3play, social network draugiem.lv and campaign web page.- A written invitation on the ex-president’s homepage, vvf.lv- An invitation to participate in the march of support was also integrated in TV series ―Ugunsgrēks‖ (Conflagration)- Solutions for the male audience: a) A how-to guide for breast exams in the men’s magazine ―Klubs‖ b) Integration of the campaign at an event for the magazine ―Klubs‖ subscribers — at Klubabārs: A LIVE master- class in breast exams for men c) A how-to on breast exams on draugiem.lv Baptic PR Awards 2012
  • 2. Category: PUBLIC AFFAIRS- In collaboration with the magazine ―Ir‖ — a wall of beautiful and healthy breasts as women’s affirmation that they have either been to a check-up or plan on going.- ES IEŠU Master workshop in shopping mall Alfa. Women recognized in society, artists and designers, displayed special campaign t-shirts, which were auctioned off at the end of the march + article about the workshop in the womens’ magazine Ieva.- Internet banners — an invitation to the march- Printed media: advertorial + invitations to march- Hangers in public transportation — an invitation to the march: ―Raise your hand if YOU will come, too!‖.- The march of support on May 27 starting at the Freedom Monument, marching throught the streets of Riga with attractive posters and in pink dress code, participating women recognized in society, for example, Minister for Health, campaign patronesses from video invitations, artists from Master workshop, and media. March ended in Arena Riga with a charity basket ball game between Latvia and Lithuania women’s basketball teams. Attendence rate of government-sponsored check-ups already by now is increased compared to year 2011 (complete statistics of 2012 will be published on the beginning of 2013), which is the main success of the campaign. More great achievements find in section ―Documented results‖. Situation Breast cancer is the most common oncological disease in Latvia. 2011threachedthehighest number- 1,200women.The currentstatistics show thatan average of 500women a yearlose oneor both breasts, as has not giventimelymedical treatment. Every year theLatvian womenwhoare in the riskgroup(50 to69 years), the state providescoverbreasthealth checkby sendinga specialletter of invitation. However,these lettersreferless thanhalf of allrecipients. According toa studyby SKDS-83% of womenare aware of thefreetests, but only 36% use this option. Women areindifferent to therisk of diseaseof breast cancer. For this reason, we carried out a wide informative campaign. Objectives The objectives of the campaign:- reduce women’s apathy towards breast health.- increase awareness about the issue of breast cancer within the society.- increase government-sponsored check-ups — in 2012, to achieve at least a 50% attendance rate among those women receiving invitations to a government-sponsored check-up. The target audience:- Primary- womenat riskbetween the ages of50 to69 years- Secondary-youngerand older women, the Latvian society (also men-sons, husbands, colleagues, brothers, etc.). Highlightsfrom the studyin collaboration withSKDS:- 83% of womenare aware of thefreechecks, but only 36% use this option- 22% of womenat riskthink thattheydo not have timefor check-up- 13%are afraid of theoutcome- 42%believe that itdoesn’t affect them- 15%goes to thehealer, not a doctor- more often a woman decides to go for a check-up if a man has suggested it (husband, boyfriend). Strategy Campaign had three stages and lasted three months – from March 2012 till May 2012:- Stage one - to prepare a foundation, to raise awareness within the society about the situation’s seriousness and to listen to those women, who have had experience with the issue- Stage two - an invitation to act — go to a check-up!- Stage three - an invitation to participate in a march of solidarity and to express support for breast cancer patients and their friends and relatives A key indicator forachievement ofresults of the campaignwill bethe number of womenwhohas used the opportunity of a government-sponsored check-up.Suchmeasurements arecarried outevery year by the Ministry of HealthNational Health Service. Baptic PR Awards 2012
  • 3. Category: PUBLIC AFFAIRS Execution First Stage of the Campaign Key message: I will go and tell my story, because my story can save a life! Activities:- Press conference to unveil the campaign in the shopping mall Alfa — an invitation for the media to be involved, to help carry the stories further and raise awareness about the issue.- Video statements, whose main heroes — women who have been touched by breast cancer on TV3, TV3+, TV3play and campaign home page.- The campaign’s billboard announcement, to attract attention.- Infographicbillboard — at public transportation stops.- Infographicvideo, explaining the situation and statistics in Latvia on campaign home page.- The campaign homepage www.esiesu.lv- Internet banners inviting people to watch the video statements.- Special internet banners for a male audience.- Printed media: interviews with the main characters from video statements, interviews with doctors, articles related to the issue. Second Phase of the Campaign Key message: I will go. Come with me! I will go and get checked. I will go to a check-up and I will take my mother/sister/colleague, etc. with me. In addition: We started to address the male audience — with a goal to attract attention and to make them think about the last time their women went to a check-up. Activities:- Video invitations, whose main characters — women well-known and respected in society — affirm that they will go to a check-up on TV3, TV3+, Tv3play and campaign home page.- Integration into the most popular soap opera among the target audience Ugunsgrēks (Conflagration). One of the main characters receives a letter of invitation (for a check-up).- The ES IEŠU map on the 1188.lv website — women could find out the closest location for a check-up.- Additional opportunity to get checked: during the campaign, a mobile mammograph was placed in the shopping mall Alfa every Saturday.- ES IEŠU selection of chocolate truffles, in collaboration with Pure Chocolate sold in RIMI hypermarkets in whole Latvia – as a dedication to all women and a gift to a woman to affirm that you care!- Targeted banners in the social network site draugiem.lvo For women under 50: ―Do you check your breasts as carefully as you check the photo galleries of your friends?‖o For women over 50: ―Don’t delay your breast health check-up!o For men: ―Better two, than one! How to examine a woman’s breasts? Learn here!‖- Printed media: interviews with campaign’s patronesses, articles related to the issue, public inquiries involving men. Third Phase of the Campaign Key message: I will march! In addition: We continued to address our male audience, revealing ways to recognize breast cancer in their midst and inviting them to care for their women. Activities:- Latvia’s ex-President VairaVīķe-Freiberga invites everyone to participate in the march! – video on TV3, TV3+, TV3play, social network draugiem.lv and campaign web page.- A written invitation on the ex-president’s homepage, vvf.lv Baptic PR Awards 2012
  • 4. Category: PUBLIC AFFAIRS- Other march patronesses and supporters — women well-known and respected in society — invite participants to join in. Also video on TV3, TV3+, TV3play, social network draugiem.lv and campaign web page.- An invitation to participate in the march of support was also integrated in TV series ―Ugunsgrēks‖ (Conflagration)- Solutions for the male audience:- A how-to guide for breast exams in the men’s magazine ―Klubs‖- Integration of the campaign at an event for the magazine ―Klubs‖ subscribers — at Klubabārs: A LIVE master-class in breast exams for men- A how-to on breast exams on draugiem.lv- In collaboration with the magazine ―Ir‖ — a wall of beautiful and healthy breasts as women’s affirmation that they have either been to a check-up or plan on going.- ES IEŠU Master workshop in shopping mall Alfa. Women recognized in society, artists and designers, displayed special campaign t-shirts, which were auctioned off at the end of the march + article about the workshop in the womens’ magazine Ieva.- Internet banners — an invitation to the march, meeting location — the Freedom Monument.- Hangers in public transportation — an invitation to the march: ―Raise your hand if YOU will come, too!‖.- Printed media: advertorial + invitations to march- The march of support on May 27 starting at the Freedom Monument, marching throught the streets of Riga with attractive posters and in pink dress code, participating women recognized in society, for example, Minister for Health, campaign patronesses from video invitations, artists from Master workshop, and media. March ended in Arena Riga with a charity basket ball game between Latvia and Lithuania women’s basketball teams. Documented Results- Attendence rate of government-sponsored check-ups already by now is increased compared to year 2011 (complete statistics of 2012 will be published on the beginning of 2013).- Wide reflection of the campaign opening press conference — on all Latvian television!- Latvia’s ex-President as the campaign’s patroness- An especially successful take on the issue from a viewpoint previously not seen in LATVIA: COLLABORATION WITH A MEN’S MAGAZINE!- 15 000 people know where in Latvia to perform a breast check-up. Thanks to the ES IEŠU map on the 1188 website (15 000 views)- the campaign’s homepage visitor count during the campaign increased by 40 000- breast exam instructions viewed 18 000 times on draugiem.lv, + a 50% increase in followers. Baptic PR Awards 2012