Maruti Alto Showcases Its Relationship With Indians In New Spot: To commemorate this milestone, Maruti Suzuki has launched a campaign, which is designed and conceptualized by and Dentsu Creative Impact, that takes a loving look at the relationship that all of India has with its Alto.
Blackberrys Steers Unwrinkle Revolution: Blackberrys, a menswear brand has launched a campaign for its revolutionary collection, Performance 100. The campaign themed as ‘the Unwrinkle Revolution’ is nothing short of a social anthem for men for leading a stress-free life. Performance 100, the newest addition to Blackberrys innovation, is a range of wrinkle resistant and non iron shirts.
Mother Dairy Targets India’s Tea-Drinking States For Dailycious: In order to push the brand and connect with its audiences, Mother Dairy has launched a TVC to promote Dailycious in West Bengal and Assam markets. The television commercial launched to promote ‘Dailycous‘, is dubbed in Assamese and Bengali, apart from Hindi – to target the tea drinking States of West Bengal and Assam.
Kotak Mutual Fund Urges Indians to Start Investing in Mutual Funds: Kotak Mahindra Asset Management Company (KMAMC) has launched its new campaign ‘Jo Samjhega, Wo hi Payega’ to urge Indians to start investing in Mutual Funds as a prudent fiscal practice.
FabFurnish.com Unveils Kalki Koechlin’s Summer Home Looks: FabFurnish.com brings forth four eclectic looks styled and curated by actor Kalki Koechlin during the course of its 10-days long mega furniture and home decor festival, The Great Fab Sale.
Indian Medical Association initiates campaign to teach doctors ad rules: Following the Maharashtra Medical Council’s decision to suspend the registration of a doctor-couple for three months for advertising, the Indian Medical Association (IMA) has started a campaign to educate its 2.5 lakh members about the dos and don’ts of advertising.
Mobile banking transactions value increase 46% MoM in December 2015: Mobile banking transaction values have surged to Rs 49,029 crore in the month of December 2015, latest Reserve Bank of India data showed. This represents a 46.48% increase in value of transactions from the previous month from Rs 33,471 crore.