Do you remember the last time you had a glance at the pamphlet handed to you by some random person on the road, only to throw it away? Oh, that’s a whole lot of effort. But, do you remember pausing for the sponsored advertisement of an enormous Flash Sale or a Giveaway while scrolling your Instagram feed? Obviously! You wouldn’t miss those for the world. This transition from real to digital is big. And what follows is an attempt to answer the #HowWhenWhy. Let's read what's ahead!
Lays went an extra mile and introduced an out-of-the-box campaign: #SmileDekeDekho. The packaging now featured smiles of influencers from across the country, it no longer talked about the product benefits. The goal was now to weave a narrative around sharing smiles and connecting; an idea which got the users asking for their smiles on the Lays packages.
This innovative Eco-friendly advertising campaign employed by McDonald’s, world’s largest restaurant chain by revenue, is understood as Seed Bombing. Seed bombing, which could be a well-known concept, hasn't been utilized in marketing a product before.
Swiggy is following a non-stop journey. The brand which started with delivering food in one city is now escalating across India. Having changed the entire landscape of how India eats, its unconventional business model has made the life of every foodie easier, tastier, and more fun.
The brand which healed without stinging took birth on May 22, 1992 when Johnson & Johnson acquired Savlon, followed by ITC in 2015. Savlon kicked off its journey as a disinfectant which was used to clean wounds and it further diversified and came up with hand-wash and soap.
Back in 2018, the British-Dutch Company, HUL announced its merger with the Indian nutrition business of GlaxoSmithKline and was anticipated to support the FMCG company's position in the Indian market in a significant manner.