Religare launches corporate brand ad campaign with O&M

NEW DELHI: Religare, a global financial services group, has launched a new corporate brand advertising campaign on the theme ‘Global Financial Services Growing with You Everyday.’

The campaign will be shown on Hindi and English news channels, movie channels and leading GECs during prime time showcasing Religare‘s complete portfolio of financial services.

The theme of the campaign is designed with the objective to communicate to the world at large about the products and services offered by Religare. “We are happy to have a creative partner like Ogilvy & Mather that has been able to successfully convey the message in a warm, engaging and endearing manner,” said Subhrangshu Neogi, director, brand and corporate communications.

The campaign will also be supplemented by cinemas, outdoors, online and will be punctuated and underpinned by various product and business specific campaigns such as broking, lending, Mutual Fund and Life Insurance.

The new campaign underscores the transformation that has taken place over the past few years, by communicating who Religare is and what Religare does in the realm of financial services by showcasing the same in an engaging yet warm and endearing manner the multiple lines of business under the Religare brand umbrage.

"We have been a large corporate brand however for most part of our history, our company‘s brand was defined by few businesses," said Neogi. "This campaign gives us an opportunity to showcase width and breadth of our product and services. We could have issued this campaign earlier as well however we wanted the businesses to reach inflexion point by attaining a certain size and scale.”

Consumer focus groups and quantitative research showed that the new campaign effectively communicated the range of Religare businesses, and increased the likelihood that consumers would consider a broader range of Religare products and services. The corporate brand campaign helps highlight the depth and width of the Religare brand and will be punctuated and underpinned by various product and business specific campaigns such as broking, lending, mutual fund, life insurance etc.

Commenting on the creative approach of the ad, Sanjay Thapar, group president, north & east, Ogilvy & Mather said, “Religare is a strong Brand, the challenge was in how to tell the consumers that Religare was more than what they think, in the financial space. There were many facets and businesses that came together to make the company what it is and that had to be communicated in a humane and simple way. It was our pleasure to be able to take on this task and are sure that this will help elevate the level of awareness about the brand with consumers across India as a financially strong company.”

Latest Reads
Moneycontrol and Inflection Point Ventures collaborate to launch ‘Pitch Right’, a competitive initiative for high potential startups to secure funding

In a bid to encourage a culture of entrepreneurship and start-up in the country, moneycontrol, one of India’s leading financial news platforms and Inflection Point Ventures, one of India’s largest and most active angel platforms, have come together to launch Pitch Right, a competitive initiative...

MAM Marketing MAM
#MainFarkNahiKarta, says Tata Green Batteries & WATConsult’s new campaign

Tata Green Batteries has come out with a new digital campaign titled #MainFarkNahiKarta to mark the revamp of its product line.

MAM Marketing MAM
Madison Media wins TV business of RSPL Group

Delhi: Madison Media begins the festive season with a bang. The agency has bagged the TV business of RSPL Group, the makers of Ghadi detergent. This part of the TV business was previously handled by Wavemaker, a GroupM company. The account will be handled by Madison Media Plus out of Delhi. Madison...

MAM Marketing MAM
Viral Ad: Jewellery brand focuses on women safety

Mumbai: The Hathras incident has once again put the spotlight on women’s safety in the country. But with every passing day, we come across more reports of atrocities committed against women. With the authorities at a loss as to what measures to take, and society inclined to blame the survivor, it’s...

MAM Marketing MAM
Focused on building a unified APAC data & product offering across dentsu network: Gautam Mehra

Growing at around 25-30 per cent year-on-year, digital marketing is sailing the boat of popularity and recognition for many brands these days. The investments are pouring in and the role of data and analytics is spanning beyond just digital marketing. What used to be a throwaway thought for...

MAM Media and Advertising People
HUL’s Profit for Q2 2020 grew by 8.7%

HUL, the major FMCG major and a leading advertiser, has reported a profit of Rs 2,009 crore in the quarter ended September 2020, against the Rs 1848 crore in the same period last year recording a growth of 8.7 per cent. It was further reported that the overall sales grew by 16 per cent during the...

MAM Marketing Brands
#ForgetCondoms as Durex launches India’s thinnest condoms ‘Invisible’

NEW DELHI: Durex has launched India’s thinnest condom ‘Invisible’. Through this product, Durex aims to encourage usage of condoms by addressing the number one reason people avoid putting them on: that it hinders intimacy between the couples.

MAM Marketing MAM
Vishal Rupani set to move on from mCanvas, Affinity

Mumbai: mCanvas co-founder and CEO and Affinity Global VP Vishal Rupani is all set to move on from his current roles. When asked about his next move Rupani said, “He is taking a break.” An ace digital marketer, Rupani has over 17 years of experience. He started his career with Skenzo in the...

MAM Marketing MAM
#MeToo: Taproot Dentsu & iDiva pay ode to the movement

NEW DELHI: What started as an  exposé on the predatory behaviour of Hollywood film mogul Harvey Weinstein became a global movement as women took to social media to share their experiences of being sexually harassed with the hashtag 'Me Too'. The movement took the world by storm, with the hashtag...

MAM Marketing MAM

Sign up for our Newsletter

subscribe for latest stories

* indicates required