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Car Insurance Brand Stella's Latest Campaign is Unapologetically for Women

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Coffee Cocoa Gunpowder launch the empowering campaign

Car Insurance Brand Stella's Latest Campaign is Unapologetically for Women

Coffee Cocoa Gunpowder (aka Cocogun) has created a new brand campaign for Stella, the game-changing, purpose-driven car insurance brand that’s been developed by women, for women. The campaign, which features a wide cross-section of Australian women, celebrates the idea of owning who you are in the face of societal pressures, expectations and criticisms.

The Stella brand was created because women make up over half of road users, and research shows that Australian women are statistically safer drivers, however many insurance and motor services do not speak directly to them. Which is why Stella’s products and customer experiences are designed to prioritise the needs of women and support a broader vision to help balance the gender biases that exist in insurance and beyond.

Stella rewards women for being safer drivers by providing premium benefits, competitive pricing and tailoring their products with women in mind. They also offer domestic cover to take extra care of those affected by domestic and family violence by waiving excess relating to a claim. To further support this, the brand has proudly formed a long-term partnership with Women and Girls’ Emergency Centre (WAGEC) and commits $5 from every new policy towards helping women walk away from domestic violence.

While female-focused, Stella also offers cover to anyone who shares the ambition of creating a more equitable world. As a vocal LBGTQI+ ally, they're one of the only insurance brands offering a non-binary option on the quote cover. It's competitive cover for she/her, he/him and they/them.

The ‘Unapologetically For Women’ campaign runs across BVOD, press, out of home, radio and social. The film was shot by Selina Miles through Scoundrel alongside a majority-female crew. Stills were shot by Milos Mlynarik.

Stella head of marketing, Anita Manchester said: “Creating this campaign has been an exciting moment for Stella to really bring to life and embody what the brand stands for. We want to change the perception of insurance, particularly for women, as well as the perceptions that exist for women in life at large. We’ve got some big ambitions to be a positive force for change and are thrilled this campaign helps showcase this to our audience.”

Cocogun co-founder/managing director Chiquita King said: “It's been great to partner with a brand that has a desire to rewire the system and cater for women - in a helpful, intelligent and utterly unapologetic way. The Stella brand and the thinking behind this work is about making the world a more equitable place. When that happens we all win.”

The campaign is live now.

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Stella Insurance

Founder and CEO: Sam White

General Manager: Renee Cosgrave

Head of Marketing: Anita Manchester

Content Producer: Lisa Clark

Cocogun

Founder and MD: Chiquita King

Founder and Creative Partner: Ant Melder

Group Business Director: Emily Hahn

Copywriter: Lewis Clarke

Art Director: Lauren Maneschi

Executive Producer: Monique Pardavi

Head of Design: Chris Clausen

Designer: Rachel Tse

Head of Social: Hayden Wright

Scoundrel

Director: Selina Miles

Executive Producer: Adrian Shapiro

Producer: Holly Winter

Smith & Western

Executive Producer: Dan Higson

Creative Director: Nick West

Stills

Photography: Milos Mlynarik

Genres: People

Categories: Insurance, Finance

Cocogun, Thu, 03 Feb 2022 09:27:46 GMT