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Shubhajit Sen joins Grohe India as Country Head

Marketing

afaqs! news bureau Wed, 26 Jul 2017

Previously, Sen worked with Micromax as chief marketing officer.

A summer icon that is still popular 90 years after it was launched

Marketing

afaqs! news bureau Wed, 26 Jul 2017

The beverage brand, launched by a US pharmacist's son, was around during the Great Depression. It is still popular despite plenty of competition in the beverages arena. What makes Kool-Aid so popular?

#ARM Worldwide appoints Nikhil Sarna as Creative Head

Advertising

afaqs! news bureau Wed, 26 Jul 2017

Previously, Sarna was with Interactive Avenues.

Havas Media wins global mandate for Michelin

Media Planning & Buying

afaqs! news bureau Wed, 26 Jul 2017

The incumbent agency on the account was MEC.

This video features a cross-dressing cricketer, a dancing acid attack survivor and a bike-riding teacher

Advertising

afaqs! news bureau Tue, 25 Jul 2017

Kraftly, an e-comm platform for artisans and homepreneurs, has released a video titled #DiscoverYourself.

Cheil India wins digital mandate for Signutra and Groviva

Advertising

afaqs! news bureau Tue, 25 Jul 2017

The account was won post a multi-agency pitch.

Watch a movie while Disney watches you

Media

afaqs! news bureau Tue, 25 Jul 2017

Camera-based AI might help the world find its bliss point,.

DDB MudraMax brings wall to life using interactive tech

Advertising

afaqs! news bureau Tue, 25 Jul 2017

The innovation was done for Forevermark Diamonds at an event in Kolkata earlier this month.

Sandeep Amar quits The Indian Express Digital

Media

afaqs! news bureau Mon, 24 Jul 2017

Amar joined the firm in June last year.

Former Saatchi & Saatchi chairman V Shantakumar joins Pitchfork Partners

Advertising

afaqs! news bureau Mon, 24 Jul 2017

He has joined the company as a senior strategist and board member.

Marketers are looking for more fearless girls - of their own

Advertising

afaqs! news bureau Mon, 24 Jul 2017

Regulators in the UK are calling for a tougher line on ads that feature "stereotypical gender roles." What does it mean to advertisers?