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Prashanth Challapalli is Chief Integration Officer, Leo Burnett
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Leo Burnett elevates Rakesh Hinduja to Executive Director and ...

Hinduja will continue to report to Saurabh Varma, chief executive officer, Publicis Communications India. Rakesh Hinduja has been named the executive director and branch head, Mumbai at Leo Burnett India, with immediate effect. He will continue to report to ... Afaqs, 1 week ago

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This ad agency shows its support towards Muslims with a unique campaign

Advertisement agency Leo Burnett's simple, yet powerful message to the world has won the internet. If you visit the Leo Burnett website you’ll be redirected to a new site, BurnettLeo.com, reported Adweek. This is the company’s way of showing ...
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A client, a media buyer and a digital geek on the 'online-only' ad...

Here's how Nestlé's Chandrasekar Radhakrishnan, Havas Media Group's Anita Nayyar and Leo Burnett's Prashanth Challapalli deconstructed the 'online-only' video at vdonxt asia last week.
 Afaqs1 month ago
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Ranveer Singh sets a new taste to thunder

This new ad film has been conceptualised by Leo Burnett and continues with the 'Toofani' theme it had since Khan
 DNA1 month ago
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Fortis Healthcare, war veterans pledge for organ donation

The initiative has been conceptualised by Leo Burnett India. Fortis Healthcare, the super speciality hospital chain, has pledged itself to champion the cause of organ donation. The healthcare brand launched a new campaign '#MoreToGive' on the occasion of ...
 Afaqs2 months ago

Amazon Prime Video launches 'India Ka Naya Primetime' campaign

Post the launch of its Prime Video service in December 2016, Amazon has now launched a full-fledged integrated marketing campaign across India, post its initial campaign that focused on the content available in the service. Conceptualised by Leo Burnett, the ...
 Afaqs4 days ago
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2016: The ads we loved, the ads that worked

Experts pick the most effective advertisements of the year. Brand: Ambuja Cement Agency: Publicis india In a world full of force fitted, inane, idea-less celebrity ads, this piece of work comes as a breath of fresh air. The idea is simple and strong, the choice of celebrity is bang on, unique and not just another cricketer or Bollywood star. The story is beautifully told. There is a wonderful vulnerability and pathos in the story of Khali and it is married to the promise of the product ...
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"A bad ad is forgiven very easily; a bad movie is not": Nitesh Tiwari, director, Dangal

Nitesh Tiwari director, Dangal When Nitesh Tiwari joined Ulka as a copywriter in the mid-90s, he was touted as a 'specialist Hindi writer', not the coolest kind of adman at the time. Now, the former chief creative officer of Leo Burnett India is a day away ...
 Afaqs1 month ago
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Why Aamir Khan has begun smoking again

Intensive training and meticulous planning have gone into the making of Dangal, Ranjita Ganesan and Dhruv Munjal find out. IMAGE: Aamir Khan with wrestler Mahavir Singh Phogat at his daughter Geeta Phogat's wedding. By the traces of cigarette vapour still clinging to the air, Nitesh Tiwari can tell Aamir Khan had been in the meeting room before him. "He only smokes around the time of his film's release," says the director of Dangal, Khan's next film slated to release on December 23.A case of ...
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Ad industry fears note ban will hit 2016 growth as spending slows

Ban on high-value currency sends advertising industry into a tailspin. The ban on high-value notes has left the domestic advertising market reeling as ad-heavy categories such as consumer goods, retail, real estate, auto and jewellery have seen a spurt in ad cancellations and postponements.  The shortfall in ad spends for the December quarter, one of the busiest periods in an advertising year, is pegged at Rs 1,000-1,500 crore. This, according to ad and media agency heads, translates into ...
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