Results for 'Lenovo'

Advertising

Dentsu's Merkle B2B and Posterscope India launch 3D anamorphic campaign 'Lenovo-F1'

The campaign aims to elevate the brand's perception as a solutions and services provider by targeting IT decision-makers and tech optimists who are Formula 1 fans.
Advertising

Lenovo unlocks the power of tech in its latest campaign

The newly launched campaign aims to integrate all its consumer portfolios under one master brand- Legion, Yoga and IdeaPad.
Digital

Lenovo launches new brand campaign featuring range of products

The features comprise smart login with infrared camera, multitasking with four screens and high-performance cooling.
Companies

Experience Commerce adds New Features to Evolve – Lenovo’s Channel Management Platform

The platform also enhances transparency for the computer hardware giant to understand the flow of sales among its stakeholders.
People Spotting

Lenovo appoints Amit Luthra as MD for Infrastructure Solutions Group (ISG) India

Amit will lead and build Lenovo ISG’s business in India.
Advertising

Lenovo appoints Stagwell Agency Assembly and Dentsu as media agencies of record

Effective immediately, Assembly and Dentsu will work with Lenovo in overseeing media strategy and planning, advertising operations, and performance measurement.
People Spotting

Lenovo appoints Ajay Sehgal as Executive Director of Commercial Business

Prior to joining Lenovo, Ajay worked with Vodafone as Executive Vice President, Enterprise Business.
People Spotting

Lenovo appoints Chandrika Jain as India Marketing Director

She will also be responsible for the overall corporate Lenovo brand in India, including areas such as innovation, workplace, and ESG.
Advertising

“We've got your back!” says Lenovo in latest campaign

Created by The Womb, the four ad films highlight how the brand has served its community and environment in India.
Advertising

As students continue to reel under 'house arrest', Lenovo positions itself as a 'smart' alternative to their school buddies

The laptop brand's new ads show parents how technology has replaced human interaction for school kids.