Support since 2018 by:

  • REICHLUNDPARTNER Advertising Agency
  • SMC Social Media Communications

Distribution area of the campaign: International

Initial situation

Attention-grabbing presentation for pharmaceutical packaging

Constantia Flexibles is an international manufacturer of packaging solutions. The company’s Pharma Division asked us to bring the brand repositioning to life so that it would have a strong impact, especially internally, to turn employees into convinced brand ambassadors.


On a par with the pharmaceutical industry

In the pharmaceutical industry, a drug is only as good as its packaging. Why? Because the packaging protects it from environmental influences and ensures that the active ingredients remain intact. With innovative packaging that is also child-resistant and tamper-proof, Constantia Flexibles is helping to protect our health and is thus on a par with drug manufacturers. Together, they both save lives. We have made this thought the central statement: Let’s save lives today.


Saving lives together

The centerpiece of the campaign is the first brand book that helps save lives. In addition to the usual content of a brand book, it contains life-saving utensils (such as a respiratory mask) and it links – via QR code – to specially produced first aid videos, which can be found on a microsite corresponding to the brand book. REICHLUNDPARTNER was also responsible for presenting the brand at a major event in Malta, and for an extraordinary corporate video that provides information about Constantia Flexibles on one soundtrack – and tips on various life-saving measures on a second soundtrack.

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“Let’s save lives together”

We have further developed the campaign to emphasize even more the cooperation between Constantia Flexibles and the pharmaceutical industry at eye level. To this end, we changed the claim from “Let’s save lives today” to “Let’s save lives together” – and designed a video and new visuals in which we give equal weight to both partners by graphically splitting the image in two.


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