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HUL marketing spends up in third quarter

BENGALURU: Indian FMCG giant Hindustan Unilever Ltd (HUL) is one of the biggest advertisers in India. On Indian television, the company releases the highest number of advertisements by far according to Broadcast Audience Research Council of India (BARC) weekly data for top 10 advertisers across...

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Ogilvy's Choudhary only Indian to make it to Cannes' 'See It Be It'

MUMBAI: In 2014, Cannes Lions launched See It Be It. A programme that responded to the gender imbalance in the advertising industry - only 25% of agency creatives are women, and just 11% reach creative director level. The stats for India, being woefully lower.

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HUL's Raghavan is now L'Oréal India's CMO

L’Oréal India has appointed Shalini Raghavan as the chief marketing officer for its consumer products division. Raghavan will be responsible for driving overall marketing capability and strengthening digital initiatives to build a strong strategy for L’Oréal’s CPD brands - L’Oréal Paris, Garnier,...

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BARC week 36: Patanjali tops individually, HUL brands top in overall in ad insertions

BENGALURU: Personal care, confectionary, food and beverage, oral-care, automobile brands were among the top ten advertisers during BARC week 36 in terms of ad insertions. Though Patanjali Ayurved Limited brand Patanjali led in terms of the maximum number of ad insertions, six of Hindustan Unilever...

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TV producer Colosceum's new drive

MUMBAI: Lalit Sharma has one ambition that keeps him up all night, it's the drive to take his production house Colosceum Media into new vistas. The smiling soft-spoken bearded CEO whose charge has built up its reputation as a top notch producer of non-fiction and reality shows would like to balance...

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