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Olympic gold medalist Neeraj Chopra joins Team Visa as brand ambassador

Chopra's partnership with Visa marks him as the second Indian athlete to join Team Visa.

Varun Dhawan, Kiara Advani, and Neeraj Chopra uncover their flip side in Samsung's Galaxy Z Series campaign

The campaign conceptualised by Cheil India has multiple digital films with the celebs exploring a more fun and flexible side of their smartphone experience.

Tata AIA launches new brand campaign featuring Neeraj Chopra: ‘Har waqt ke liye taiyaar'

The campaign video centres around its brand ambassador, Neeraj Chopra, in multiple avatars of fortune tellers.

JSW Group names Neeraj Chopra as Brand Ambassador

The partnership also includes association with JSW businesses like Steel, Cements, Paints and other Group businesses.

Limca Sportz is ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup’s Official Sports Drink

The brand has also launched a campaign featuring Neeraj Chopra taking the Limca Sportz YO-YO test challenge.

Brands are warming up to non-cricket sports, but there's a catch!

Although brand interest in non-cricket athletes is growing significantly, industry experts highlight the problems that still hinder the ecosystem’s relationship with brands.
Guest Article

India’s Commonwealth Games 2022 performance - what’s in it for brands?

Our guest author Alekhya Chakrabarty wonders whether brands will continue to stick to cricketers or work with non-cricket athletes who have made India proud.

Coca-Cola India enters the hydrating drink category with Limca Sportz

Signs Neeraj Chopra as a brand ambassador, the drink will be available in packs of 250 ml and 500 ml.

YouTube shorts challenge with Neeraj Chopra will inspire viewers to #JavRun towards their goals

Fans can create a 15-second YouTube Short right from the YouTube mobile app and add their own touch of creativity to the challenge.
Points of View

Thomas Cup victory: time for non-cricket athletes to shine?

The Olympic Year 2021 saw emerging athletes' endorsements rise by 79%, accounting for 13% of overall brand endorsement value. Have these athletes' brand value changed?