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BriefCreate a brand engagement App by “getting customers closer to the Barclays Premier League”. Also, globally raise brand awareness in new markets and create synergies between current digital channel offerings: Barclays Ticket Office and Facebook.
- Create brand engagement in the UK via positive brand association and “getting customers closer to the BPL”.
- Globally raise brand awareness in new markets.
- Create synergies between current digital channel offerings: Barclays Ticket Office and Facebook.
- The app must be easily communicated and will be supported with an integrated marketing plan to ensure maximum downloads using existing and new BPL marketing channels.
- This is a Barclay’s application – not a Premier League application.
Mobile applications are a key tool for generating high levels of repeat customer engagement.
With smartphones set to take a market share of up to 70% over the next 2 years, and all manufacturers investing heavily in app stores, Barclays’ decision to invest in providing its service through apps is a sound one.
There are many options about where to deploy first, and how to decide on follow-up apps. This will apply equally to the emerging Tablet market.
- 31% of UK mobile owners used apps in June 2010
- That figure rises to 71% if you just look at owners of smartphones
- The average British smartphone owner downloads 15 apps to their handset, keeps 12 of them, and uses 5 every day
- GfK NOP’s survey found that 16-24 year-olds are using 10 apps every day on average though
- A fifth of UK smartphone users were downloading more apps in June 2010 than six months before
- A fifth of them would never pay for an app, but half have already paid for one
How do football fans access the web?“1 in 3 supporters aged 34 and under access the internet via their mobile phone”
- Sports mobile usage in the UK mirrors the football season
- Sports mobile usage peaks between 3-6pm at the weekend
- Sports usage is heavily influence by live events, especially football.
- What do football fans want?
- Launch with iPhone and Android applications
- Includes core features that football fans want
- Innovative functionality – different in marketplace
- Clearly a ‘Barclays’ application
- Integrates Barclays Premier League online properties
- Personal communities
- Live results and scores ticker
- Social cloud and trends
- Key talking points
- Red and yellow cards
Info ZoneElements a football fan will expect from the app
- News feeds (from interesting sources)
- Fixtures and scores
- League table
- Team and player information
Around the grounds
Bring the stands to life for true football fans
- Augmented reality stadium finder
- Stadium catcher competition
- Crowd-sourced information
- Feeds from Trip Advisor or similar service
- Win Premier League tickets through the app
- Shake to generate numbers
- Register your details
- Send to a friend
Exclusive video content
- Syncs with Barclays Premier League Facebook page
- Weekly podcast
- Legends video content
- Player Of The Month
- Other videos
Android WidgetsThe Android OS enables home screen ‘widgets’
- Live scores on home screen
- Location based information
Cross promotionBringing Barclays to the minds of football fans
- Dedicated banner space throughout the application
- Dedicated application pages
- Link to other Barclays sponsorship activity
- Link to Barclays products
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