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Melt Update | 7 Sep | Vodafone & Idea Launch Integrated Brand Identity – Vi & MORE

Meanwhile, Sonia Huria, Head of Corporate Marketing, Communications and Sustainability for Viacom18 has been appointed by Amazon Prime Video to lead all communication efforts for its India operations.

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Creative Picks | 20 April 2020 | Advertisements | Vodafone, Surf Excel, Government of India

This week, Ritwika Gupta reviews ads by Vodafone, Surf Excel and a public service announcement by the Government of India.

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Melt In A Minute | Apple To Invest $1 Billion In India, Facebook Stops Advertisers From Changing Headlines & MORE

From Apple investing $1 billion in India to Facebook stopping advertisers from changing headlines, here are the top stories of the day:

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Melt In A Minute | Ogilvy Global Crisis Brings India’s Political Parties Into Focus & MORE

From TikTok India removing over 60 lakh videos to Ogilvy CEO, John Seifert, bringing India’s political parties into focus amidst global crisis, here are the top headlines of the day:

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Creative Picks | EP 105 | Vodafone, Travelers Insurance, Kia

Ritwika Gupta reviews the 3 ads that caught her attention this week.

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Melt TV | Episode 07 | Siddharth Banerjee

The secrets of success for marketing in today's data-driven world, as shared by one of the country's biggest marketers.

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Brands Launch Their 2018 Diwali Campaigns. Which One Is Your Favourite?

Here’s a roundup of all the Diwali 2018 ads that made an impact.

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Creative Picks | Episode 42

On this episode, Ritwika Gupta reviews marketing campaigns by Foodpanda, KFC and a hilarious twitter conversation among the top telecom service providers of the country.

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Creative Picks | Episode 24

From Vodafone, Baggit to Blue Star Water Purifiers, here are Ushnota Paul's favourite ad campaigns of the week. Let’s take a look!

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Creative Picks | Episode 06

From Vodafone Egypt offering free minutes to customers to FedEx transporting 3,000-year-old Egyptian artifacts - these are the marketing activations that caught Ushnota Paul's eye.