Module 1: Account Planning
The Birth of Account Planning, The Need for Account Planning, What Roles does Planning Fulfil?, Typical Characteristics of an Account Planner, Account planning and its stakeholders.
Module 2: Creative Brief
The Creative Brief, Elements in a Creative Brief, Developing a Creative Brief through Research, Research for UNUM insurance – A Case Study, Location for Conducting the Research, Developing the Creative Idea – A Case Study, Developing the Creative Brief in Digital Medium, What is a Media Brief? Media Planning and Strategy.
Module 3: Consumers in India
The Indian Consumer, Current Scenario ,Consumption in Rural Areas, The Way Forward for Marketers, Changes in the Habits of the Indian Shopper, Virtual Shopping, Deals and Discounts, Impulsive Buying, Individualised Shopping, Many Shopping Seasons, Consumer Insights, The In-Store Behaviour of Asian Consumers, The Indian Shopper.
Module 4: Media Mapping
Media Mapping Across Target Groups & Different Products & Services, Translating An Idea Across Different Media & Languages, What Is Media Neutral Or Media Plural, Customizing Tasks Across Media Campaign Management & Reporting.
Module 5: Brand Planning and Ideation
Multi-Media Campaigns Imperatives, Similarities between Traditional Account Planning, Influence of Creative Planners in Ideation. Media — The New Creative Frontier, Synergies Across Ideation & Media Planning & Scheduling, Brand Building Through Creative Planning Across Categories & Domains, Implications For Differing Campaign Tasks and For Differing Target Audiences.
Who Should Attend?
After completing this course and successfully passing the certification examination, the student will be awarded the “Brand Planning and Consumer Insights” certification.
If a learner chooses not to take up the examination, they will still get a 'Participation Certificate'