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Brands and their digital-first avatars

We are the natives of a digital world. Most of the resources that were earlier physical for us have turned into pouches of kilobytes and megabytes; be it our photographs, watches, or music systems.

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Cadbury Dairy Milk gets major rebranding in 50 years

MUMBAI: Britain-headquartered confectionery giant Cadbury has done its first major rebranding in 50 years for its flagship Cadbury and Dairy Milk bars, reveal several international reports. The packs have been redesigned by Bulletproof agency with a redrawn wordmark, new iconography and typography...

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Industry bids farewell to ad maverick Goutam Rakshit

Who can forget the devil slithering around in his green cape and his malicious smirk in TVCs and ads to hawk Onida - a TV brand - in the eighties and nineties? And of course, the memorable catchline: “Neighbour’s envy Owner’s pride.”.

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Cadbury launches new campaign ‘Meetha Chuppa Rustom’

MUMBAI: Mondelez launched a new campaign for its new Cadbury Chocobakes to celebrate the sweet secrets in all of us. The 'Meetha Chuppa Rustom' campaign has been conceptualised by Mondelez India  and Ogilvy. It showcases the bonding between a pregnant mother and her naughty son after he returns...

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5Star's new ad draws flak; Ogilvy terms it as 'unfortunate' timing

MUMBAI: Even though Cadbury attempted to change its 5Star campaign strategy recently, it's got itself in a fix. The new ad film has drawn ire from netizens. Ogilvy India has termed the timing for the campaign as ‘unfortunate’. Ogilvy India chief creative officer Sukesh Nayak, responding to...

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