Last updated : September 25, 2014 04:04 PM
has added two accounts to its kitty. Flight Shop and International Institute of Financial Markets (IIFM) are the two new businesses on which the agency shall be working on.
Flight Shop, the Indian division of Australian global travel retailer, Flight Centre opened up its first leisure travel shop in Saket, Delhi in December 2007. At the time of setting up shop, an outdoor campaign showcasing the mascot of Flight Centre - the captain. The second opened up in DLF Cyber City, Gurgaon last month. Apart from outdoor, with heavy emphasis on below-the-line activities, print and online advertising have also been undertaken for the brand. This month, the company plans to open an outlet in Rajouri Garden, and take the count to six by next month. The company is targeting a set-up of 26 stores by the end of this year. The company also runs a corporate travel business FCm Travel Solutions. For Flight Shop, Grasshoppers is taking care of the entire communication plan, including creative and media duties for the brand.
Gaurav Luthra, who is heading the Flight Shop division in India, says, "Grasshoppers' consistent performance over the years has built our trust in the agency. We expect the Grasshoppers magic to work wonders for our luxury travel stores as well."
Arjun Banerjee, CEO, Grasshoppers, says, "It feels good to be back and how with mass consumer brands after having developed a strong NGO client base for a complete year. The credit definitely goes to our endeavor to do something original which stands out amidst the conventional advertising ideas." Grasshoppers has executed various pan India projects for its clients such as Population Services International (PSI), Hindustan Latex's Family Planning division, Parivar Seva Sanstha (PSS), Jaypee Group of Hotels, Honeywell, Tecnova India, Carlson Hotels Worldwide, FCm Travels and others.First Published : September 25, 2014 04:04 PM