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Guest Article

Mirabai ate pizzas, but some marketing geniuses couldn’t digest it

No points for guessing the pizza brand. Here’s a from-the-horse’s-mouth article on you know what.

Meet the team behind Fevicol's 'sticky' Friendship Day campaign

The team didn't sleep for a week and to coordinate with over 100 brands to bring the campaign to life.
People Spotting

Schbang announces senior appointments

Amisha Gulati & Sharmeen Indorewala have been appointed as Vice President Integrated Solutions & Head of New Business for its technology transformation offering respectively
Social Media

Meet the team behind Fevicol’s stickily viral Cristiano Ronaldo post

From over 100 WhatsApp messages per minute to pushing for a Hindi copy, Schbang had quite the social media brainstorming.

Stick to social distancing, urges Fevicol in a humorous new experiment

The leading adhesive brand stuck ‘blocked’ tables and chairs to the floor so that the rule flouters didn’t get a seat and maintained distance from one another.
People Spotting

Schbang elevates Sushant Vithaldas as Business Head for its Bengaluru Office

His mandate will include creative, film production, photography, as well as emerging specializations such as Media Sciences and Business Consulting.

For asthma, 'inhalers hain sahi', says Ayushmann Khurrana

The Bollywood actor stars in Cipla’s #BerokZindagi campaign that encourages asthmatics to lead a life without limitations.

Schbang pays ode to entrepreneurs in new spot

The three-minute-long film released on World Entrepreneurs’ Day pays tribute to the journey, struggles, emotions and spirit of the entrepreneurs.

Ek Lakdi Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga…. Fevicol sings on social media

Read again! The hit love lyric from the ‘90s finds meaning in Fevicol’s new social media creative
Guest Article

Why does this digital agency want to kill the 'trending' creatives?

Schbang published an open letter on Instagram urging fellow agency folk to ditch the 'trending' format of social media creatives. Here's why