Satrix has launched the next iteration of its Let’s Talk About Money brand campaign.
As a brand that plays a significant role in democratising investing for all South Africans, Satrix’s campaign highlights how it makes investing effortless through its highly accessible platform SatrixNOW. The platform offers no minimum investment amount and brings the right award-winning products to market, helping all South Africans “own the market”.
Through this campaign, Satrix hopes to build brand visibility and awareness, encouraging South Africans to kick-start their investing journey and make their money work for them.
The campaign was launched this week on Satrix’s social media platforms. René Basson, Head: Brand at Satrix, says, “At Satrix, we are extremely proud of the role we play in democratising investing for South Africans. By flighting our new digital ads, we will be building upon our 2022 campaign to bolster brand visibility, awareness, and consideration.”
Watch the brand campaign videos below:
When is the right time to talk about investing?
People don’t like talking about money, but the more we talk about money, the more we talk about things that really matter.
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