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Pfizer Science Will Win

Science will win

Pfizer Will Win “Science Will Win,” a campaign the  introduced to  communicate  its commitment to using its size and resources to pioneer science at scale for a new era in human health.  

The first execution was presented to Pfizer in early 2020 and was intended to run in the US later that year and throughout the globe early 2021. But then COVID-19 happened, and the global pandemic made the message more apt and urgent.  Coupled with  this  global pandemic and increasing desire to  take action, Pfizer needed to  be seen as a leader in the fight against COVID-19 and other global diseases. So  we partnered with Pfizer to change our plans and apply the “Science Will Win” platform to focus on the initiatives to combat the virus.   

Because social distancing regulations made integrated productions a temporary thing of the past, we used Pfizer-proprietary  video, stock imagery, and self-shot footage of Pfizer scientists currently working on COVID-19 vaccines and antiviral treatments.     The campaign launched in April 2020 and included a :60 film  that ran on TV, online video, and social media - YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Key  Pfizer  executives  posted  their  own  self-shot photos on  social media, all holding signs with our simple  and hopeful  message: Science Will Win. The campaign has since been translated and launched in 10 global markets. 

Results:   The impact of the campaign was immediate and made significant strides in meeting their brand reputation goals.    According to a Pfizer proprietary quantitative study following the campaign:  55% of  have a more favorable view of Pfizer, which they are attributing in large part to the campaign  40% of Americans have a more favorable view of pharma . Public perception of the pharma industry overall has improved due to COVID and is at its highest since 2003.  Facebook included ‘Science Will Win’ in their “best of the pandemic” campaigns .