Accenture Song in the UK
Wed, 01 Jul 2020 08:39:57 GMT
Karmarama, part of Accenture Interactive, today unveils a new TV spot for the British Army – Nightingale. The 40 second film shines a light on the Army’s response to Covid-19, supporting the NHS and the nation.
The Army has played an important role in responding to Covid-19 in recent months – from delivering PPE to the NHS, running mobile testing and constructing the Nightingale hospitals across the country. Many will have seen this in recent news, but may not know the long relationship the Army and nursing have had throughout history.
The animated film goes back to when Florence Nightingale first tended to soldiers in the Crimean War. And now the Army is repaying the favour, honouring her name, striving to support the NHS in any way it can. The film shows how the Army helped plan and build seven Nightingale hospitals at the start of the Covid-19 crisis, with six of them opening before – fortunately - being placed on standby. These were complemented by the Louisa Jordan Hospital in Glasgow, and Dragon’s Heart Hospital in Cardiff.The Army has continued recruiting through the crisis, and seeks to attract applicants who wish to make a difference, and do a job that matters - helping protect and support people at home and abroad. This will not be the last crisis we face, and more soldiers will be needed for the future – encapsulated in the line ‘recruiting now and always’.
The film will air on TV, video on demand, and social channels.
Nik Studzinski, chief creative officer at Karmarama said: “The Army’s role in this crisis has been a humble one, but one to be proud of. The Nightingale film is a timely but powerful demonstration of ‘Army confidence’ in action.”
Nick Terry, chief marketing officer, Recruiting Group at Capita, comments: “This work doesn’t just communicate the Army’s role in this crisis. It speaks to the Army’s role in all equivalent crises both past and future, underlines the Army as a job that matters, and showcases a breadth of skills and jobs in the Army.”
Four days after launch of the current campaign, Army Confidence Lasts a Lifetime, the record was broken for the highest number of applications received in a single day. After a month, 141% of the Army’s application target was reached. By March, the Army surpassed 100% of its annual recruiting target for soldiers, for the first time in eight years.
Nightingale launches on 1st July 2020. Search Army Jobs
Genres: AnimationAccenture Song in the UK, Wed, 01 Jul 2020 08:39:57 GMT