Tata Motors + Jack in the Box Worldwide India set out on a journey of Connecting Aspirations

Connecting Aspirations.jpgTATA Motors India has launched their new corporate identity - Connecting Aspirations. A carefully chosen promise based on the brand's philosophy of bringing people closer and being the vehicle that drives them towards achieving their dreams.

And true to this promise, TATA Motors made the people a part of their vision and helped bring some of their dreams to life.

To launch Connecting Aspirations, Jack in the Box Worldwide, the digital agency of The 120 Media Collective, created a one-of-a-kind platform to connect like-minded individuals and bring them together to realize their aspirations.

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Sujan Roy, Business Head, Passenger Vehicles - International, Tata Motors said, "JITB has been one of the key digital agencies that has been working closely with Tata Motors as part of our Corporate Transformation journey. Our association started with the much-awarded digital campaign leading up to the debut of Racemo, a sports car that announced the new TAMO future mobility solutions vertical at Geneva Motors Show 2017. JITB was the natural choice as a digital partner when we wanted a quick, creative and targeted campaign to publicize our new corporate brand promise - Connecting Aspirations.

This time around, JITB conceptualized a multi-episode docu-series that explained what connecting aspirations meant for very different sets of people and how Tata Motors played its role in the fulfilment of their aspirations. We look forward to taking our association with Team JITB further with the next campaign."

Connecting Aspiration2.jpgConnecting Aspirations4.jpgConnecting Aspirations3.jpgKaizad Pardiwalla, President & Chief Operating Officer, The 120 Media Collective, commented on the campaign saying "It was early 2016 when JITB partnered with Tata Motors in what we believe was the start of an extremely rewarding  journey. The launch of Racemo got an overwhelmingly positive response from both, the audience, and the marketing & communication fraternity. Buoyed by its success, we embarked upon our next journey, a road trip across the country, where we connected people with  similar aspirations and an ambition to deliver social change. The Tata Motors PVIB team headed by Sujan is one of the most digital forward teams we have worked with and we are excited to extend our partnership to a new campaign, which promises to be just as exciting and trailblazing as the earlier ones."

On December 15, 2017, a video was put out on social media, asking audiences to send in their aspirations and their vision for a better tomorrow. The video was met with an overwhelming response. From making animal shelters to building solar powered cars, they received entries of every kind. From the hundreds of aspirants, eight of the best entries were handpicked, and together they set off on four unforgettable journeys to connect their aspirations.

The first journey follows musicians Kit and Tipriti through the mesmerising mountains of Meghalaya as they rediscover and pay tribute to their Khasi roots.

In the second journey, author Arpit and theatre enthusiast Atul travel to the bustling city of Indore to reintroduce kids to the joy of reading and its importance.

The next journey takes place in the Rann of Kutch, where amateur astronomers Tanmay and Narendra set up a mini observatory in a small village school.

The final journey follows Bhargav and Bharat to the foothills of Matheran. Together, they unite children with no elderly influence in their lives, with the senior citizens living in a retirement home.

Over a span of two months, the picturesque travelogues were shared on social media and took viewers on a memorable ride that championed both, a cause and the idea of Connecting Aspirations. The visually stunning and captivating films also served as the centre piece for the entire campaign.  

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