Launching a content-led campaign for Konica Minolta

Konica Minolta:


Konica Minolta asked us to develop a global 360° marketing communications campaign to support the launch of its latest innovation, Workplace Hub. Workplace Hub is a revolutionary new IT services offering for enterprises. Our challenge was to reposition the brand from a printing company to an IT solutions company whilst developing their thought leadership credentials and raising awareness of Workplace Hub amongst key IT purchasing decision makers.

Insight & Idea

Recognizing that the primary audience for Workplace Hub were concerned about the future capabilities of their existing IT infrastructure, we created a multi-channel, content-led campaign called Spotlight. This provided Konica Minolta with a platform from which it could focus on the future of the workplace and shine a light on customers existing and future IT needs. A range of content was created including films, photography, infographics and essays. These were then seeded to influencers, media and customers and housed on a dedicated online portal. Furthermore, Spotlight allowed us to create a media event where Konica Minolta could unveil their latest and future technology products.

Konica Minolta Workplace Hub 1


Spotlight Live Berlin, a TED-style speaker event for an audience of global IT, technology and new media leaders was a key element of the Spotlight campaign. The event featured experts and opinion leaders drawn from a wide variety of disciplines and industries. They discussed the evolution of and the role of technology in the workplace of the future. Spotlight Live Berlin also included a multimedia showcase highlighting Konica Minolta’s rich history and heritage of innovation. There was also a reveal moment of the Workplace Hub. We created an interactive demonstration zone to allow Konica Minolta to preview its new range of products and services.

Konica Minolta Workplace Hub Ted-style talk


200+media attended Spotlight Live Berlin
212K#kmspotlight posts
3Mglobal impressions