To connect with their B2C consumers, Legrand wanted to take a relevant and relatable content-driven approach, where the brand presence would be incidental.
Zee Hindustan wanted to be noticed in a very predominantly cluttered, chaotic news-channel landscape by putting news, not the anchors, in the spotlight.
Parents today are either busy on social media or handing a digital screen to their children to keep them busy. Kores’ wanted to highlight this problem.
Indiabulls Home Loans wanted to create communication that would vibe with the evolving personality of its core target mind-set-the evolving Indian Man.
Durga Puja has become a hotbed for brands to associate themselves with by sponsoring pandals. Legrand India wanted to do something more meaningful.
VoxPop, an online retailer, known for its Pop-culture merchandise wanted to appear on Google's first page with minimum spends.
Mufti wanted to define the concept of 24/7 living in jeans for their target audience, and introduce the product solely through digital media.
Centrum’s real estate division, REMA, wanted to create a transparent digital experience for all their stakeholders, and position themself as a trustworthy brand.
How can a brand from a low-involvement category create a website where their customers from both the B2B and B2C sections can navigate easily, and find relevant content at every turn?
BMW wanted an application to enrich the consumer experience and interaction at the 2014 BMW World event and brings to life the features of BMW technologies.