Officeworks is this year reminding people that EOFYthing they’ve bought for work could be a tax deduction, in an extension of the ‘EOFYthing’ end of financial year campaign AJF GrowthOps first created for Officeworks in 2018.
This years’ campaign message is more pertinent than ever with people forced to work remotely, due to the pandemic, and consumers having potentially bought many more claimable items in the past few months than in normal circumstances.
“The EOFYthing theme has resonated well in previous years, and is now more relevant than ever with so many Australians working from home and looking to save wherever they can,” said Officeworks General Manager Marketing, Jess Richmond.
AJF GrowthOps Executive Creative Director, Andrew Foote said, “We have a simple message to get out, which can financially benefit businesses and individuals. That’s worth shouting from the balcony.”
The concept underwent a late adjustment to reflect this unique period of social distancing, working from home and the increased use of online shopping.
Running throughout June across Australia, the campaign will feature on TV, OLV, social, digital display, OOH, radio, press and in-store.
AJF GrowthOps won silver and bronze in the 2019 Australian Effie awards, and another silver and bronze in the 2019 APAC Effie awards for their EOFYthing campaign for Officeworks.
Agency: AJF GrowthOps
- Executive Creative Director: Andrew Foote
- Creative Directors: Sandra Galiazzo & Andy Jones
- Art Director: Rhyen Ellis
- Senior Copywriter: Nick Weller
- Senior Strategist: Rebecca Heard
- Group Account Director: Susan Bird
- Account Director: Catherine Nolan
- Account Manager: Lucy Riley
- Broadcast Producer: Claire Luongo
Production Company: First Floor Films
- Director: Oliver Waghorn
- Editor: Damian Capicchiano
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