Results for 'Swiggy Instamart'

Advertising

Swiggy’s new ads offer more alternatives on who to watch IPL with

This time, it’s duos of mother-daughter, grandfather-grandkid and husband-wife watching the matches together.
Advertising

Borrowing sugar from neighbours is so passé, say Instamart ads

The new ads play on a very real insight - of showing up at a neighbour's doorstep when supplies run out.
Advertising

Zepto and Swiggy Instamart obsess over their delivery minutes in new IPL ads

Quick commerce brands advertising on arguably India’s most-watched media space.
Advertising

Swiggy takes on 'kung fu' movies with latest Instamart ads

Swiggy's latest Instamart ads are a reference to this ubiquitous 90s childhood experience.
Guest Article

Not a fad: 10-minute delivery is more innovative than we think

Our guest author makes the case for how quick grocery delivery is a paradigm shift that makes us rethink of how fast something can/should be.
Marketing

Swiggy jazzes up weekends with discounts on food and grocery orders

Starting Friday 6 pm to Sunday, avail up to 25% off on Instamart and a minimum of 50% off on food deliveries.
Marketing Initiative

MyGate phygital campaign helps Swiggy Instamart reach 19,000 new societies & 15 lakh+ homes across India. Know how

Swiggy Instamart collaborated with MyGate to strengthen brand awareness of its instant grocery delivery platform in new, untapped markets and boost user engagement in existing ones.
Advertising

From Cadbury’s feminist take on a retro ad to Swiggy’s equality focussed cookbook - a round-up of the best of adland from 2021

Missed a good campaign this year? Don’t worry, the team at afaqs! has you covered…
Advertising

Swiggy Instamart’s OOH campaign highlights its ‘superfast delivery promise’

Executed by Havas Media Tribes, the aim of the campaign is not just visibility, but also tracking effectiveness.
Marketing

In the blink of an eye - the impatient consumer and quick grocery delivery

When consumers get groceries delivered in 10-30 minutes, does it change expectations from other delivery sectors?