5 lessons Iceland Foods learned from starting an employee advocacy programme

[fa icon="calendar'] 29/01/18 16:00 / by Caroline posted in social media brand advocacy, influencer marketing, employee advocates, brand advocates, Iceland Foods, advocate marketing, supermarkets, FMCG, retail, retail marketing, Retail employee advocacy, employee advocacy, employee advocacy programme, employee advocacy platform, employee advocacy tools, employer branding

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When Iceland Foods first decided to scale up their employee advocate programme using advocacy tech platform Qubist, their goal was to engage and empower staff to talk more about the brand on social media to drive authentic reach, engagement and ultimately sales. 

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How Iceland Foods increased brand awareness and growth through their employee advocates

[fa icon="calendar'] 20/09/17 14:14 / by Nigel posted in employee advocacy, employee engagement, social media brand advocacy, influencer marketing, Iceland Foods, supermarkets, FMCG, HR

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The supermarket sector is fiercely competitive. In an innovative step to increase brand awareness and growth, Iceland Foods adopted employee advocacy platform, Qubist, to scale up its existing programme.

The ‘Iceland Insiders’ programme for employees switched on 450 advocates within the first 3 months resulting in 37.8 million impressions. Here’s how they did it:

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How to Win at Retail Customer Advocacy

[fa icon="calendar'] 20/09/16 17:17 / by Mark Henshall posted in advocate marketing, customer advocacy, retail, retail advocacy, supermarkets

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What can potatoes and canned tomatoes in France teach us about FMCG in the UK?

This Summer, staying in Brittany, I saw Lidl for the first time competing with the traditional outlets of Carrefour, Super-U and E.Leclerc (out of town) and Monoprix (in town). Talking to family and friends in the area it seems the German supermarket chain has moved decisively to steal market share in the ‘basics’ space. Consumers may look for branded products elsewhere, but Lidl’s focus on low prices and discounting is its strategy to move in locally on staples.

It’s often worth looking outside your patch when trying to draw parallels on the way brands are performing on your home turf. And as Christmas approaches the supermarket price war in the UK looks equally set to continue with Morrisons announcing a link up with Amazon.

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