Extensive Marketing Strategy Of Vinci – In-Depth Analysis

Updated on: Sep 25, 2022
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In our previous article, we learned in depth about the marketing strategy of a really interesting company, Voltas. In this article, we are going to elaborate on its marketing strategy of Vinci.

The intention is to help you gain knowledge about Vinci, which is one of the best companies in Concession, construction and Energy. 

Vinci has done some interesting marketing campaigns, due to which it’s one of the best companies. So, this means that marketing is important for every company. Nowadays, as everyone is online, a company needs to adapt its digital marketing strategies as well. If you are keen on learning about the future of marketing, that is, digital marketing, you must check out IIDE’s Free Masterclass on Digital Marketing by one and only Karan Shah, the CEO and Founder of IIDE.

In this blog, we are going to discuss everything about the marketing strategy of Vincis. We are going to cover the company’s story, marketing campaigns, target audience, digital presence, etc.

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The group has two major business segments: contracting, and concessions.

Vinci is on a mission to plan, finance, build and operate infrastructure and facilities that improve everyday life and mobility for all. 

VINCI is a world leader in concessions, energy and construction, with operations in nearly 120 countries. Their goal is to accelerate changes in our living environment, infrastructure and mobility in response to climate catastrophes.

They also want to promote social progress by becoming a humanistic group that embodies inclusion and solidarity. With its economic performance and commitment of  220,000 employees, we are fully embracing our role as a private sector partner working for the public good, building a more sustainable world.

They are committed to acting in an environmentally and socially responsible manner because they have a strong vision of holistic performance beyond economic and financial results. 

They also believe that reaching out and engaging all stakeholders is essential to doing business because the projects they create are in the public interest. 

Driven by this ambitious vision, VINCI’s goal is to create long-term value for its customers, shareholders, employees, partners and society at large.

Quick Stats on Vinci
CEO Xavier Huillard
Area Served Multinational – 120 countries
Industry Concession, construction and Energy
Market Share/ Revenue € 49.4 billion (2021)

To be the preferred construction and facilities partner for our clients and to be the benchmark against which our competitors are measured.

Tagline Forging a sustainable world


Marketing Strategy of Vinci

Let’s discuss in detail below “Marketing Strategy”. 



Market segmentation refers to breaking the market into smaller segment sections based on common needs. Segmentation of an organisation’s market is the foundation of a successful marketing strategy. 

By using the segmentation technique, Vinci specifies its customers into sections and innovates in order to cater for their needs.

It is important not only for Vinci but for any other company that serves a wide range of customers to segment its customers, if the company tries hard to cater for the needs of all, seldom does it serve the needs of any.


After dividing a large diversified customer market into smaller groups with homogeneous characteristics, Vinci carefully selects target segments whose needs and expectations match the company’s resources and capabilities. 

Targeting can be done by assessing the commercial appeal and growth potential of the identified segment. Vinci selects one or more segments depending on the characteristics of the segment and the company’s resources, capabilities, and growth goals.


After segmenting the customer market and choosing the appropriate target market, Vinci sets a clear positioning statement that creates a positive image of the product offered in the customer’s mind. Vinci develops an effective positioning strategy by adapting to sustainability.



Marketing Strategy of Vinci - Campaign 1

VINCI launched the “Doing Good Work” advertising campaign to reaffirm its determination to build a more sustainable world and fully embrace its role as a private sector partner for the common good. 

The campaign, carried out by advertising agency Jes et Gabriel, uses the example of countries such as France to highlight the usefulness of VINCI’s business in everyday life and the Group’s positive and practical contribution to society.                                                                     

As an investor, developer and operator of buildings and infrastructure in nearly 100 countries, VINCI plays a key role in transforming cities and regions. It is at the heart of today’s world challenges. Mobility, energy, environment and community life. The company aims to address these challenges by reinventing its business activities and the products, services and solutions it offers through innovative strategies that connect with its customers and stakeholders. 

 VINCI’s goal is to serve people with respect for the planet through its design and work ethic.


Marketing Strategy of Vinci - Campaign 2

The campaign highlights the importance of Trust. The basic level of trust is to Trust in ourselves as Trust is the foundation of all endeavours, be it personal or organisational.

Trust is why the VINCI sees an opportunity in uncertainty, it is shared, it gives the company the strength to step into the ever-changing world, and it drives their commitment, and their passion to look ahead and step up. Trust is renewed every day, it’s what Vinci together with their clients and partners, with the communities they serve. Trust is the common ground on which they are building that is expected of them. 

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The campaign was prepared by the advertising agency Jésus et Gabriel. He uses the example of France and other countries to highlight the day-to-day benefits of Vinci’s business and the Group’s positive and practical contribution to society. Through its buildings (most of which serve the public good), its solutions (helping build a more sustainable world), and its planet of the company, VINCI’s goal is to ‘provide purpose and care that serves the community. to reconfirm. Responsibility and obligation to deliver more than technical and business performance. 


Direct marketing is less important because Vinci is primarily involved in B2B activities. However, Vinci promotes itself to end consumers by enhancing customer experience.


Marketing Strategy of Vinci - SEO

The information from Ubersuggest (an analytical tool), highlights that the website is highly SEO optimised, for both on-page and off-page.

Organic Keywords are related to on-page SEO, and it derives 102,273 visitors to the site on average, though this may not appear much to some, considering the fact that Vinci serves in the Construction Industry and specialises in B2B. 

There are just under a million backlinks – content that mentions or provides a link to the Vinci website and contributes to off-page SEO. 

Though from the graph it appears the majority of the traffic is organically driven but backlinks may have contributed greatly to Domain Authority, which helps in ranking top SERP (Search Engine Result Page). Domain Authority of 60 is considered good.


Since Vinci significantly deals in B2B, and influencer marketing is sought after in the B2C sector, Vinci does not do Influencer Marketing. 

Instagram is a significant medium for Influencer marketing, and Vinci does not even have a presence there. Though VinciConstruction is present there with just over 7000 followers.

On Facebook, Vinci shares about its ongoing projects and has a following of over 37,000.

Vinci has the most followers on LinkedIn, with a following of over 400,000.


Due to the nature of the business and the scale of the projects that Vinci undertakes it has no E-commerce.


Marketing Strategy of Vinci - Mobile App

The mobile version of the Vinci-autoroutes.com website was launched in 2015 and has over 6.1 million users visiting the website.  VINCI Autoroutes app, launched in 2011, has been downloaded by 600,000 users. These apps provide information about traffic conditions, rest stops, petrol stations, and more. 3605 is the VINCI Autoroutes customer service hotline, with agents available 24 hours a day for traffic, weather and fare questions.


Vinci regularly publishes content on its website, it is evident that from the ubersuggest dashboard (attached above), it has targeted above 39,000 keywords on its website.

Some of the recent posts:

Marketing Strategy of Vinci - Content

This ends with an elaborative marketing strategy of Vinci. Let us conclude our learning below from the marketing strategy of Vinci.

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Conclusion – What’s Unique in Vinci’s Marketing?

From the above article, it can be concluded that being in the concession, construction and energy, mainly serving businesses Vinci has done great marketing to position itself positively.

Digital marketing is crucial since it links a company with its clients when they are online and is effective across all sectors. It links businesses with ideal consumers through SEO and PPC on Google, social media marketing, and email marketing. If you would like to learn more and develop skills, check out IIDE’s 4-Month Digital Marketing Course to learn more.

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Leads the Learning & Development segment at IIDE. He is a Content Marketing Expert and has trained 6000+ students and working professionals on various topics of Digital Marketing. He has been a guest speaker at prominent colleges in India including IIMs......[Read full bio]


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