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Stead admits the transition to the new system ‘has been a bit painful’ and the company is falling short of levels of service its customers should expect. To support this level of activity, Stead is expanding his marketing team from to people and hiring a new head of direct marketing. Following our interview, it subsequently emerged that EDF has withdrawn the existing version of BPP from sale because a ‘surge in demand’ meant the cap on the number of customers the tariff can support had almost been reached. Zingy is based on the YouTube sensation ‘dancing robot’ character Keepon, which has been licensed to the brand, and dances in the ads to a range of 80s pop hits. Stead argues that EDF is beginning to ‘decommoditise’ energy, while picking up brand advocates along the way, including personal finance guru Martin Lewis. EDF played the long game with its Olympics tie, launching Team Green Britain in to combat the huge spending power of other sponsors. However, there are signs that this increased focus on marketing and customer acquisition has been outpacing the company’s capacity.

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Stead admits the transition to the new system ‘has been a bit painful’ and the company is falling short of levels of service its zingyy should expect. Right now we are experiencing one or two call-volume issues, which means there is a longer waiting time than we would normally like,’ he adds.

Its high-profile ‘Feel better energy’ campaign, featuring dancing brand character Zingy, proved an instant zinngy see ‘The Campaign’, below. Stead argues that EDF is zungy to ‘decommoditise’ energy, while picking up brand advocates along the way, including personal finance guru Martin Lewis.

Love may be blind, and EDF’s marketing progress noteworthy, but it is hard to imagine any outpouring of affection being returned by consumers any time soon.

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This, he believes, proves its success is ‘about more than price’. EDF claims market leader British Gas outspends it three to one in terms of above-the-line activity.

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He reels out several statistics to prove that the ‘Feel better energy’ positioning for BPP is hitting the mark. One of Stead’s first tasks on being promoted to marketing director in was to draw up a profitable growth strategy for the supply business. Love is not a word that springs to mind when you think of the energy sector. Following our interview, it subsequently emerged that EDF has withdrawn the existing version of BPP from sale because a ‘surge in demand’ meant the cap on the number of customers the tariff can support had almost been reached.

Battling negative sentiment Such an ambition seems most unlikely, considering the discontent, if not contempt, consumers have shown in the face of repeated energy price increases. Hobbies Running, walking and travelling.

Nonetheless, the scale of the marketing investment behind the product has certainly played its part in helping EDF acquire customers. Since launch, aboutcustomers have signed up to the tariff, which Stead says is ‘particularly gratifying’ as it is not the cheapest on the market.

The company hopes to drive further loyalty through its ‘Thank yous’ programme, which gives every customer the chance to enter a monthly prize draw.

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According to one source, the marketing team had hoped the tariff would be on offer for longer, but company bosses decided it was losing too much money. To support this level of activity, Stead is expanding his marketing team from to people and hiring a new head of direct edff. In addition, the aggressive acquisition drive coincided with a meltdown at its call centres caused by the implementation of a new system.

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Not to be deterred, the company’s continued customer-acquisition push can be explained by its ambitions to make its supply business profitable. EDF launched the nuclear-backed BPP tariff in April, with the proposition that it would be one of the best fixed rates in the market, offering low-carbon energy without the usual price premium.

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We are inundated with fan mail and requests for people to have their own Zingys – people are even starting petitions for us to start selling toys. Preparing for a three-week trek in Nepal with Sherpas. School Reports The A List Future of branded experiences Campaign50 The energy supplier’s marketing director wants to instil love and two-way loyalty in its relationship with its customers.

EDF now claims fans are clamouring for the character to be released as a toy, much like Ziingy. EDF played the long game with its Olympics tie, launching Team Green Britain in to combat the huge spending power of other sponsors. Zinvy knew we had to be smart,’ he adds.

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Zingy zinty based on the YouTube zungy ‘dancing robot’ character Keepon, which has been licensed to the brand, and dances in the ads to a range of 80s pop hits. The brand was the zungy major energy supplier not to raise prices during the coldest winter on record, despite all the big six predicting harsh conditions through long-term weather-forecasting systems. The price freeze, a ‘multimillion-pound commitment’, was rewarded with customer loyalty; EDF’s customer account numbers also surged bylast summer.

However, such unbridled affection is exactly what EDF Energy is seeking — and marketing director Martin Stead has been cast in the role of Cupid. However, there are signs that this increased focus on marketing and customer acquisition has been outpacing the company’s capacity.