Results for 'Hindustan Unilever'

Marketing

Surf Excel Matic’s bottle installation aims to reduce plastic wastage

The installation at Carter Road in Bandra, Mumbai is made from over 3,000 discarded plastic bottles.
People Spotting

HUL appoints Kedar Lele as as Executive Director, Customer Development

Kedar takes over from Srinandan Sundaram who will move into his new role as Executive Director, Foods & Refreshment.
Companies

HUL introduces new homecare brand - Nature Protect

The products in this brand are in the disinfectant and germ-killing space and feature neem and naturally derived ingredients.
Marketing

Can Hindustan Unilever’s Kissan get Indians to embrace peanut butter like it did with jam?

HUL just launched Kissan Peanut Butter in the South Indian markets. The immediate goal for the brand is to find common ground with mothers.
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'.