Amazon India launches its seller driven campaign ‘Itna Aasan hai’. With thousands of sellers thriving on the Amazon ecosystem, Amazon India has always worked towards the growth of SMBs in the country.
By making the enrolling process a lot simpler and hassle free, Amazon has made it easier for anyone who wants to move their business online on Amazon.
This three-ad campaign is conceptualized keeping that very core message in mind. The intent of the campaign is to communicate to existing and prospective sellers who are not on the platform, how easy and simple it is to sell on Amazon.
This message needs to be communicated to the sellers in a way that is simple and easily understandable making it that much more memorable.
Conceptualized by Ogilvy, the ‘Itna Aasan Haini’ campaign is directed by Sharat Kataria for Lucifer Circus. The campaign includes TVCs and short content for customers across India.
Satish Upadhyay, Head – Marketing, Amazon India Marketplace, said, “The 600,000 sellers on Amazon.in are benefiting from online selling while bringing hundreds of millions of unique products for our customers.
“With this campaign, we intend to communicate to millions of MSMEs about how Amazon makes it easy for small businesses to go digital and start or expand their business by reaching millions of Amazon customers through e-commerce,” Upadhyay said.
N. Ramamoorthi, President, Ogilvy South, said, “For millions of small businesses, it is both easy to sell on Amazon as well as to grow with Amazon. While the nursery rhyme execution in this series of ads makes this point in a simple, memorable manner, it also underscores Amazon’s commitment to the progress of sellers and small businesses across India.”
V Kamala Gowri, VP, Ogilvy South, said, “A lot of small businesses in the country look for a partner to help grow their business. Amazon is that platform which will enable your business to grow and reach greater heights.
“This campaign shows how simple it is to register your business on Amazon and kick start your online journey. The creative device of a nursery rhyme helps bring out the message in the most simplistic manner. Lets get started now,” Gowri said.
Mahesh Gharat, Chief Creative Officer, Ogilvy South, said, “The brief was simple. Change the perception of the sellers about selling on Amazon. They believe there are numerous barriers like paperwork to sell on Amazon.
“To communicate the ease of selling on Amazon, our campaign needed to be even simpler. When I say simple, the first thing that came to our mind was a nursery rhyme. Wake me up in the middle of the night and I can still narrate you a nursery rhyme.
“Taking this device and the iconic rhythm, we communicated how easy it is to sell on Amazon. Thus, driving home the thought about how simple it is to sell on Amazon,” Gharat said.
Mukesh Kumar, Group Creative Director, Ogilvy South, said, “The perception amongst sellers is, selling on Amazon involved a lot of barriers like paperwork. The brief was simple. Turn the barrier perception into something simple.
“When the team sat together, we realized our communication should be as simple as the process of selling on Amazon and what better than a nursery rhyme. There is nothing stickier and simpler than a nursery rhyme.
“It is still fresh in our heads and probably will stay in our heads for life. From there on, our job was simpler. The takeout after watching this campaign should be the ease of selling on Amazon is as simple as mugging up a nursery rhyme,” Kumar said.
Client: Amazon Sellers India
Agency: Ogilvy South (India)
Chief Creative Officers Ogilvy India: Harshad Rajadhyaksha, Kainaz Karmarkar, Sukesh Nayak
Chief Creative Officers, Ogilvy South: Mahesh Gharat, Kiran Anthony
Group Creative Director, Ogilvy South: Mukesh Kumar
Creative Team: Harshad Salian, Gururaj Biradar, Prem Thyagarajan
President, Ogilvy South: N. Ramamoorthi
Vice President, Ogilvy South: Kamala Gowri V
Account Management: Nikhil Nair
Head of Planning Ogilvy South : Anirban Roy
Planning: Barsha Chakraborty
Production House: Lucifer Circus
Director: Sharat Kataria