‘Smarter Payments For Grown-Up Purchases’: Openpay Launches Brand Campaign

‘Smarter Payments For Grown-Up Purchases’: Openpay Launches Brand Campaign
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The Buy Now, Pay Later provider with longer and more flexible payment terms, has launched a new brand campaign in Australia.

‘Smarter payments for grown up purchases’ launches today, with a multi-faceted campaign that will run across social, streaming, PR and influencers throughout October and November.

The campaign aims to differentiate Openpay from other BNPL services by showing how Openpay can help consumers finance their needs, as well as their wants. Openpay provides a smarter payment solution to help people manage their cashflow and ultimately, ‘do life’ better.

The campaign will run across Facebook, Instagram and Spotify and introduce consumers to Openpay’s Buy Now, Pay Smarter proposition through a series of ads demonstrating that what you dreamed of as a kid, isn’t necessarily the reality of life as an adult – whether it’s getting your car serviced, an unexpected vet bill or a new washing machine for your first home.

Openpay partners with over 2,000 merchants and growing across a diverse range of industries including dental, veterinary, automotive, home & garden, sport memberships, and education as well as consumer fashion and lifestyle.

Openpay CMO Georgina Whalley said: “We’re on a mission to change the way people pay, for the better.  Our unique focus on helping consumers pay for the things they need and want across all aspects of their life, is something we want to shout about. This witty campaign marks the beginning of that narrative with consumers, and we couldn’t be more excited.”

Openpay also offers consumers longer and more flexible payment terms with transparent fees and zero interest. Plans from 2 to 24 months can be paid back in weekly or fortnightly instalments.

Keep Left Creative Director, Blair Kimber said Openpay’s brand personality lent itself well to a light-hearted campaign that revealed in adulthood’s mundane glory. “Being an adult can suck at times.  We wanted to lean into these everyday life-moments and show how Openpay can make help you find satisfaction and joy in those grown-up purchases.”

This is Keep Left’s first campaign for Openpay after being appointed as creative partner and PR agency of record in Australia, following an extensive pitch process.

Credits:

Creative & PR: Keep Left

Media: Atomic 212

Creative

Creative Director: Blair Kimber

Art Director: Helen Neville

Copywriter: Ruby Gill

Digital Design: Giorgia Fichera

Design: Maddi Sheehan

Client Services Director: Jessica Williams

Media

Performance Director: Taylor Suen

Paid Social Media Manager: Elise Pektuzun

Performance Executive: Evan Elphanus

PR & influencer

Group Account Director: Mandy Caplan

Digital Account Manager: Bronte Howard

Account Manager: Melanie Campbell

 

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