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CLab, Dentsu Impact team up for V-Mart's latest campaign

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MUMBAI: V-Mart Retail has partnered with Dentsu Impact and CLab, to launch its new campaign introducing the Bollywood pair of Ayushmann Khurrana and Bhumi Pednekar as brand ambassadors.

V-Mart Retail commenced operations in 2003 and has grown to become one of the most preferred destinations for all fashion and lifestyle needs for consumers residing in tier-2 and tier-3 cities. With a presence across 14 states with 176 stores across 148 cities, V-Mart caters to approximately four crore customers every year. According to a data compiled by Bloomberg, V-Mart, which has recently been conferred as the ‘world’s best performing department stores chain this year’, is one of the leading value-retailers of the country and caters to the aspirational middle class residing in tier-2,3 and 4 cities across India.

V-Mart Retail senior vice president of marketing and operations Snehal Shah says, “We are super-excited to associate with young talents like Ayushmann and Bhumi. We are a brand that believes in hard work, understands the requirements and dreams of the country that resides outside the reach of metros. It is these beliefs and values which make both Ayushmann and Bhumi a great fit to represent us as our brand ambassadors. Making their way into the tinsel town through sheer hard work and talent, their stories are what connects and resembles with V-Mart’s DNA and that of the millions enduring through daily struggle and yet daring to dream big.”

The association was designed by CLab, the entertainment and sports marketing arm of Dentsu Aegis Network. CLab vice president Deepak Kumar mentions, “We are extremely happy to have crafted a successful alignment between the celebrities and V-Mart. Our approach for the brand was based principally on factors of immediacy, quick recognition and response, relevancy and lastly demographic integration and acceptance.”

CLab has been set up under the mentorship of Haresh Nayak who is the managing director at Posterscope India. He says, “We have evolved from the time in which celebrity endorsements were a product of gut feeling and perception to the time which involves intelligent and scientific planning for celebrity-brand matchmaking. With Star Matrix, our proprietary celebrity recommendation tool, our vision is to bring accountability and informed decision making in a discipline which functions on probability and gut feeling of advertisers in getting celebrities/sports personalities to associate with their brands.”

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