Results for 'work-from-home'

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Burger King offers to bail out quarantine chefs

Burnt rice, charred steak, stiff cake... Sometimes, cooking can go horribly wrong. Burger King's latest contest invites users to make the most of it.
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Kingfisher refreshes 'Oo La La Lala Le O' tune in work from home context

The tune first debuted in the early 90s and since then has been remixed in multiple cricket-led campaigns. Now its been remixed for lockdown.
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Mark Read outlines WPP's 'slow and measured' plan to return to office

Employees commutes, lockdown situations, geographic impact of the pandemic - these are some of the considerations in place before reopening WPP's offices.
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Seven things I am taking back to office from the lockdown

Some of these newly formed habits will tend to stay on with us. There will be things that we repeat, some we will give up along the way.
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Back to basics will be the new normal...

The Coronavirus pandemic has put the whole world on a ‘pause’ mode. What is going to happen once the enforced restrictions are eased?
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Lenovo's learning platform plays matchmaker between students and teachers

Developed in association with eVidyaloka, the platform facilitates free virtual education to deal with the shortage of teachers across India.
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What's a wildlife safari brand got to say about the lockdown?

Humans are locked down and animals are roaming free. This is what Jungle Trail's new campaign is all about - animals reclaiming their lost habitat.
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India Gate Foods, content studio Blush celebrate working men

In a first, content studio Blush has collaborated with India Gate Foods to celebrate the breaking of gender stereotypes
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Publicis' campaign highlights offline aspects of isolation, distancing

A new initiative by Publicis, in association with the Free Press Journal, includes a set of creatives designed to be used when isolating and social distancing
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Tonic Worldwide's report focuses on implications of changing Indian consumers

The coronavirus pandemic has changed Indian consumer habits and marketers need to understand how, to communicate with them better.