Aldi will launch an advertising campaign for children in Israel with the help of a group of Israeli advertising professionals.
The Israeli advertising company, which is known for its ads for cars and restaurants, has also developed an advertising agency for its products in Israel.
The group, based in the eastern city of Safed, will launch the campaign with a focus on children.
The Israeli Advertising Association (IAA) is planning to launch a pilot campaign in the country with a child in 2020.
“Aldi has a long history in advertising in Israel, especially for mobile, as the Israeli brand is known to be one of the most successful mobile brands in the world,” a senior Israeli advertising executive, who declined to be named, told The Jerusalem Times.
“This campaign will help us further build the brand in Israel.”
In recent years, Aldi has worked to expand its reach in Israel by partnering with local and national brands.
For example, the company has developed a range of mobile apps for children, including “Gimme some milk,” a game in which children play milk-based video games for 10 minutes.
The “Gemme Some Milk” app has been downloaded by more than 5 million Israelis.
The company also has its own app for children and is developing an interactive video game, which it hopes to launch in 2020 for the iPad.
Aldis marketing team is hoping to use its Israeli experience to expand the reach of the Israeli advertising agency.
Aldisti, which has been operating in Israel for over a decade, will work with the Israeli agency in developing a campaign for its mobile app.
An Aldi representative told The Times that the company will not use its advertising agency in Israel as part of the pilot project.
“We’re using a different agency for the pilot, which will be in Israel in 2020, to showcase our products and services,” the representative said.