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31 March 2020 Volume 10 Issue No:37
  MAM | Marketing  
  When pandemic strikes, trust keeps brands, agencies going  
  Trust plays an important factor when you can't see the other person, and now the whole world is running on trust, as the whole world remains engulfed by the Covid-19 pandemic. Never has trust between advertisers and agencies been more apparent than now.  
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  MAM | Marketing  
  Doceree to let companies to advertise on its platforms for free amid Corona lockdown  
  Coming to the aid of pharma, medical and healthcare companies amid coronavirus mayhem globally, Doceree, World's first Ad Exchange for branded Healthcare Professional Marketing.  
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  MAM | Marketing  
  CavinKare serves nation with sanitizers under CHIK, Nyle and Raaga professional brands  
  CavinKare's CK Ranganathan is set to make his father's vision of 'Whatever the rich man can enjoy, the common man should be able to afford' a reality again.  
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  MAM | Marketing  
  Gemius Design Studio conceptualises #GetHighAtHome campaign for Woop Trampoline Park  
  Gemius Design Studio- 360 Degree marketing and branding agency conceptualized and executed #GetHighAtHome campaign for India's largest trampoline park- WOOP. Through this campaign, Woop urges its audience to remain healthy and fit during the quarantine period.  
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Press Releases
» myUpchar promises profits from medicine e-commerce to PM CARES Fund
» Media Mantra bags Loom Solar's nationwide PR mandate
» Onsitego launches a fund to support service partners during COVID-19
More News From Indian Television
Viacom18 announces financial aid to production workers
In the wake of the fast-spreading Covid-19, Viacom18 will financially support all daily-wage earners engaged with the production of all its original content across India, said a company release. .................................... Read More...
Arnab Goswami decries efforts to stop BARC ratings, seeks MIB help
News Broadcasting Federation (NBF) has sought the urgent intervention of union information and broadcasting minister Prakash Javadekar to prevent vested interests from stopping the publication of TV ratings. ................................... Read More...
Advertisement on regional channels grew by 13 per cent in 2019
Regional channels are witnessing an astounding growth rate in recent times. In 2019, regional channels received 13 per cent more advertising compared to national channels. As per the recently-released FICCI-EY report 2019................................ Read More...
More News From India
»   South African Premiership finish date 'unrealistic', warns doctor
»   Coronavirus impact: Ad budget drop likely to sting sports industry
    Source: BS
»   How brands can remain thoughtful and relevant in times of a global crisis
»   Coronavirus Impact: How ad industry is headed for a tough time
    Source: Financial Express
»   The state of SEO in 2020: Key SEO experiments to rank faster
    Source: ET Brandequity
»   The power of social media intelligence for brands
    Source: india today
»   Tegna says coronavirus outbreak weighs on sale talks
    Source: Reuters
»   US govt. may be using Apple iPhone's location data to track coronavirus spread
    Source: Hindustan Times
»   Iconic ethnic newspaper in US, India Abroad, ceases print edition after 50 years
    Source: New Indian Express
More National News
»   News sites ask ad industry to get comfortable alongside coronavirus-related content
    Source: CNBC
»   Vodafone Italy creates an ad from home to demonstrate the power of connectivity
    Source: The Drum
»   Local news outlets struggle to survive coronavirus fallout
    Source: The Hill
»   How the Coronavirus Crisis Is Tying the U.S. Ad Market in Knots
    Source: Variety
»   Declining ad rates may signal a reset for startup SEM strategies
    Source: TC
»   Delayed Olympics Risks Turning Into Colossal Advertising Bust
    Source: Bloomberg
»   AbbVie lands 3 brands in pharma's top 10 TV spenders for February
    Source: Fierce Pharma
»   With ad businesses suffering, publishers turn even more to subscriptions
    Source: Digiday
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