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No inhibition: eBay India launches TVC

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MUMBAI: eBay India announced their brand new TV campaign #ThingsDon’tJudge today. The campaign aims to inspire consumers to shop online from over 10 crore products available on ebay.in. The TV campaign will go on air today.

Conceptualized by BBDO India, the film shows different situations where people are seen breaking away from a certain prejudice that the society imposes. The means for them is a product they have purchased from eBay, which enables them to move away from the shackles of judgments and live as they would. A product is that one thing that doesn’t judge them, though people may. 

Watch the TVC here :  

eBay India director-marketing Shivani Suri, said, “Online shopping is changing how we live. It’s at the heart of our evolving culture that’s gradually helping us distance from the norms around gender, age, cast, creed, social status or preferences. eBay, with over 10 crore products is inspiring consumers to shop for their favorite item and live their passions, desires, choices, and beliefs without inhibition."

BBDO India chairman Josy Paul said, “When we started work on eBay, we had questions: Will our idea provoke conversation? Will the context last longer than the immediacy of the content. Will it influence change? We could feel the energy in the room when this idea came up.  Something happened! We create greater desirability for the 10 crore products that are available on eBay."

Hemant Shringy, BBDO India executive creative director, said, "After an amazingly explorative and collaborative process, we arrived at the idea - Things Don't Judge. With 10 crore things at the heart of the idea, it says that in a time when we are constantly judging and being judged, things have the incredible quality and power of not judging."

The TV campaign will be seen across all major television channels in Hindi, English, Telugu, Marathi, Tamil and Kannada. Ten key markets including Delhi NCR, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Chennai, Pune, Kolkata, Chandigarh, Ahmedabad and Indore are being targeted. 

The campaign will also be prominent on big ticket movie premiers, popular comedy and reality TV shows, sports events, news and blockbuster world television premiers. The campaign will also be extended across key digital and social platforms.

 

eBay India, a 100% subsidiary of eBay Inc., is a leading online marketplace and shopping destination in India where thousands of entrepreneurs list. 

BBDO India, a part of the BBDO Group worldwide, ‘Create Acts Not Ads’ -- the only agency in India, Asia and the world to have won four inaugural awards at the Cannes Lions Festival.

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