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Wunderman Thompson South Asia’s 21 Times Health

Wunderman Thompson South Asia’s report titled ‘21 Times Health’, is an incisive look at the effects of the coronavirus disease pandemic and the resulting lockdown on the health, pharma and wellness categories.

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Missing brands must restart marketing to catch rising demand across categories

NEW DELHI: After a lull of more than two months, businesses in India are slowly getting back on track as lockdown restrictions ease. There is a positive sentiment among most brands and agencies that things will only get better from here on and there seems to be a plethora of opportunities waiting.

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Limited workforce in office, copy fatigue: Immediate challenges facing ad industry

NEW DELHI: The past two months have been nothing short of a rollercoaster for industries across categories and nationalities. With most of the world under a strict lockdown, production halted, supply-chains blocked, and consumer demand shifting to only essentials, the economy went through a...

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New language of advertising, more collaboration within brands on rise post-Covid2019

MUMBAI: Wunderman Thompson Intelligence has pinpointed the trends and behaviours that define the new world, as business and consumers respond to the Covid2019 pandemic. Wunderman Thompson’s new report, ‘The Future 100 2.0.20,’ is a follow-up to its ‘The Future 100’ report released in January and...

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Agencies should allow more flexibility to work remotely

NEW DELHI: It will be wiser for advertising agencies not to waste the crisis and plan to adopt the hybrid work cultures where a part of the workforce can work from home once the normal kicks in. The point was raised by BBH India CEO and managing partner Subhash Kamath and Wunderman Thompson South...

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