The new campaign demonstrates the potential of technology to make everyone easy-to-buy-for
Last year, Spark launched S.N.T.A. to take the guesswork out of gift buying for all sorts of niche New Zealanders. This year he’s back, tackling the hard-to-buy-for person that exists in every family.
The technology of S.N.T.A. uses thousands of data points to match tricky people with a selection of tech gifts from Spark’s curated range. So if you’re struggling to figure out what to get your father-in-law who has everything, S.N.T.A can offer up a few ideas that match their interests.
James Henson, brand partner at Spark says: “This year, without the restrictions of lockdown, we wanted to make S.N.T.A. bigger and better. So now with more smarts and more data, S.N.T.A. is able to truly help figure out the right tech gift to get those tricky people in our lives.”
Kimberley Ragan, Colenso BBDO group creative director says: “We all have that hard to buy for mother, sibling or teenager in our family who are impossible to get right at Christmas time. But digital technologies have the potential to minimise the stress of shopping for our loved ones. Spark’s S.N.T.A has the perfect combination of technology and Christmas magic to give people an entertaining gift-buying experience.”
“S.N.T.A is a fun demonstration of the new brand positioning of Hello Tomorrow. Hello Tomorrow is Spark’s commitment to driving progress in New Zealand. It’s great to see it can stretch from guiding the big decisions the business makes, right through to ideas like Beyond Binary Code and S.N.T.A.” Says Si Vicars, Colenso BBDO chief creative officer.
S.N.T.A. is available both in store and online, and is supported by a full campaign that includes Television, OLV, OOH, digital and social media. Visit asksnta.co.nz for more information.
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