Kmart elevates customer joy with ‘Low Prices for Life’ brand positioning campaign from BWM Dentsu

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Kmart’s new brand campaign highlights its commitment to low-priced products, with a focus on celebrating the joy customers feel when engaging with the brand in their everyday lives.

To complement Kmart’s new “Low Prices for Life” campaign from BWM Dentsu, the iconic Australian retailer has introduced the new music track ‘Everlasting Love’  and partnered with beloved Australian singer-songwriter Pete Murray with vocals.

Laurie Lai, General Manager Marketing at Kmart Australia said: “We’re passionate about ensuring that all Australians can rely on us for low-price products. With this campaign, we wanted to celebrate the role that these products play in people’s lives.

“We know household budgets are tight, so now is the right time strategically to renew our brand promise to provide the latest low-price products. We’re excited that our new positioning, created by the BWM Dentsu team, will create more authentic, emotional connections with our customers.”

Belinda Murray, Managing Director at BWM Dentsu Melbourne, said: “We’re proud to have eight years of success and counting with our Kmart partnership, but we knew it was time to communicate Kmart’s brand purpose in a fresh way. With this campaign, we wanted to celebrate everything that Australians know and love about Kmart, while elevating the sense of joy that customers feel when Kmart products are integrated into their homes.”

The creative explores moments of joy when Aussies incorporate Kmart products into their everyday lives. The work is kept distinctively Kmart by leveraging the iconic K device, white background and logo while building on the brand’s signature music and celebration model.

Amy Hollier, Executive Creative Director at BWM Dentsu, Melbourne, said: “It’s exciting to work with one of Australia’s most well-loved brands and we’re proud to have created campaigns that really capture Kmart’s spirit and resonate with customers in our time with Kmart so far.

“In this new approach, the products are literally pulled out of the pristine white environment we’ve become used to into joyous, spontaneous real life, demonstrating the way Kmart’s low prices make their products a ubiquitous part of Australian life.

“From social through to broadcast, we have worked with Kmart to embrace an authentic and accessible style of storytelling, which we believe will be embraced by an Australian customer searching for trust. We applaud Kmart for showcasing their product against the backdrop of real real life and see this as Kmart’s next milestone brand moment.”

Kmart’s ‘Low Prices for Life’ brand campaign launched nationally on Sunday, 21 July and is integrated across TV, OOH, catalogue, radio, social, digital display, website and in-store.



  • Client: Kmart
  • Agency: BWM Dentsu
  • Production Company: Revolver
  • Media: UM

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Phone: 0416 512 890

About BWM Dentsu

At BWM Dentsu we believe that creativity transforms brands and brands transform business.

We began this journey over 20 years ago, transforming from a start-up in a boat shed on Sydney’s Northern Beaches to Australia’s largest independent agency and, more recently, a leading brand in the Global Dentsu Aegis Network.

BWM Dentsu now has a staff of more than 250, and full-service offices in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. Agency revenues exceed $30m. Key clients include; Kmart, Toyota, Qantas, Latitude Financials Services,, nbn, Bank of Queensland (BOQ), BabyLove, Dr. Oetker, Nando’s, Chris Foods, Maserati.

The BWM Dentsu Group consists of the BWM Dentsu Brand Experience agency; consumer focused social public relations agency, Haystac; specialist community and agribusiness consultancy Cox Inall; and Indigenous communications specialists, Cox Inall Ridgeway.