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SVOD sees 82% growth in urban India

KOLKATA: Contrary to popular belief that Indians don’t pay for content, Kantar’s ICUBE 2019 report has found that SVOD has seen a significant surge of 82 per cent in India over the last one year. Moreover, smaller towns have driven growth. 

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Chinese app ban leads to higher uptake of Facebook, Instagram: Kantar

In the wake of the government of India banning 59 popular Chinese Apps, Kantar, has released insights on the impact of this ban on consumers’ digital behaviour. The ban came into effect from 29 June 2020. 

iWorld Social Media
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Cash rules but urban Indian businesses record growth in digital payment: Kantar

NEW DELHI: Going contact-free is gradually becoming the new normal but Indian businesses still have a long way to go. Kantar, world’s leading data, insights and consulting company’s annual report on digital adoption and usage trends in India, ITOPSTM 2019 report indicate that about 42 per cent of...

MAM Media and Advertising Digital Agencies
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Covid2019 did not upset top brands’ growth: Kantar report

NEW DELHI: According to Kantar’s Brand Footprint 2020 report, brands including Parle, Amul, Clinic Plus, Britannia and Ghadi emerged as the topmost chosen brands in the country in 2019. The report is an annual ranking of FMCG brands based on the Consumer Reach Points the brands scored in a year....

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Value and innovation are essential for brands in the post-pandemic recession

MUMBAI: Persistent safety concerns, financial pressures and sticky new behaviours mean consumers will not return to pre-pandemic behaviour any time soon. Marketers will need to pivot to finding growth in recession, delivering increasing value in the short-term to address growing economic concerns...

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