Results for 'Marico India'

Advertising

Dabur Honey extols purity and quality, takes indirect dig at Saffola Honey in new ad

Dabur had taken Saffola Honey to court on allegations of imitation of bottle, trade-dress, label and packaging of Dabur honey.
Advertising

Saffolalife talks about the ‘unseen stress’ women face every day

In a poignant ad by Mullen Lintas, Saffolalife urges us to put our hero without a cape and her heart first this World Heart Day.
Advertising

Philips' ode to the language of hair

The brand illustrates how words can fall short, but not hair, when it comes to expressing your thoughts. But, the ad reminds us of Parachute Advansed's ad from March.
Advertising

Marico releases first Veggie Clean ad; sets advertising 'code' in new category

Mullen Lintas has created the first-ever ad for the ‘vegetable wash’ category for Marico’s Veggie Clean; hinged on DIY solutions.
Marketing

What's in a name? The trap of hyper-specialisation in naming a brand

KeepSafe belongs to Marico, while Pee Safe is an indie startup. Both sell a similar range of personal hygiene products.
Marketing

Marico launches KeepSafe - a range of personal hygiene products

The range includes toilet seat disinfectant, multi-purpose disinfectant spray, hand sanitiser, hygiene hand wipes, and feminine hygiene wipes.
Social Media

Marico launches lockdown themed musical 'Champi' challenge on TikTok

The campaign features oil massages set to the beat of techno-dance music tracks; featuring TV personalities and influencers.
Marketing

Swiggy’s new app feature to show partner restaurants' safety features in greater detail

The feature was designed over a period of three hours late at night.
Marketing

India's retail giants and online players together ensure the supply of essential goods

A look at how the two are partnering with each other during the ongoing nationwide Coronavirus lockdown.
Advertising

The new Parachute Advansed advertisement gives hair its own identity

It shows the relationship a woman shares with her hair in long-form Hindi poetry, which is a change from the usual short and snappy English ads.