The SABC incorporates a Z-CARD® into its marketing mix
Jul 26th, 09:02
The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) has selected a credit card-sized Z-CARD® as part of its marketing mix to encourage viewers to pay their television licence.
The Z-CARD® provides viewers with a comprehensive question and answer guide to everything they need to know about their TV licence and how to pay it.
“As a brand, TV Licences will continue to look for small, impactful and cost-effective communication tools that consumers can use easily and conveniently store,” says Jacques Coetzee, marketing head at the SABC.
The Z-CARD®s are being distributed via the SABC’s eight regional offices and at events, exhibitions and as many other customer interfaces as possible.
“We selected this marketing medium due to the Z-CARD®’s convenient size, and have had a positive internal response as it’s easy for our employees and customers to carry and keep on-person,” says Coetzee.
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