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Advertising

Glow & Lovely’s first-ever ad features fair-skinned Yami Gautam

After dropping the word ‘Fair’ from the product’s name in an attempt to be more inclusive, Glow & Lovely’s first ad with actress Yami Gautam is now on air.
Profile

Meet ASCI’s new secretary-general Manisha Kapoor…

She talks about how complaints are processed at the Advertising Standards Council of India, and her experience in the industry.
Points of View

Should HUL give Glow & Lovely a new formulation?

Or is a name change statement enough? Experts weigh in on the debate of the moment.
Marketing

HUL replaces word 'Fair' with 'Glow' in 'Fair & Lovely'; Emami "shocked"

Glow & Lovely will be the new name for the Fair & Lovely brand. The Men's range of Fair & Lovely will be called 'Glow & Handsome'.
Guest Article

"Privilege of being fair created fairness cream market, not the cream"

An analysis of HUL's move to drop 'Fair' from Fair & Lovely - this time, from the lens of society and culture.
Marketing

What can the fairness segment learn from HUL's move towards skin colour equality?

HUL recently announced that it will stop using the word ‘Fair’ in the name Fair & Lovely in attempt to make the brand 'more inclusive'.
Marketing

HUL to drop 'Fair' from product name - Fair & Lovely; new named awaited

The company says this is an attempt at a more "inclusive and diverse" approach to beauty. "Brand committed to celebrating all skin tones" says HUL
Points of View

Will nationalist sentiment increase demand for local brands?

PM Narendra Modi's speech earlier this week gave the 'Swadeshi' sentiment a boost. Will this impact brand choice?
Marketing

“Consumers may become wary of discretionary spends”: Sanjiv Mehta, HUL

In a detailed conversation with edutech startup upGrad, Sanjiv Mehta discusses a changing world in the face of the rapidly spreading Coronavirus.
Marketing

Three days after Twitter troll, HUL slashes prices of soaps and sanitisers

On 18 March, HUL was trolled on Twitter for hiking prices of soaps after the outbreak of COVID-19. The brand claimed it was false accusation.