The Indian Advertising Agencies Directory is in XLS Format with different spreadsheets for different cities. The fields include - company name, contact person, address, phone, fax, email and website. There are over 700 Advertising Agencies of India included in the database, which can be immediately emailed to anyone interested.I would like to emphasise once again that 25% of every sale will be donated to Non-government organisations working for the rehabilitation of the Tsunami victims. Interested people may buy online through PAYPAL, now!
Wednesday, December 29, 2004
Monday, December 27, 2004
I know that I am running behind schedule but it's better late than never :-)
After the Directory of Advertising Agencies in India, I am currently compiling the following directories, which will be available for sale by end of January 2005.
- Directory of PR Agencies in India
- Directory of Publications in India
- Directory of Media buying Agencies in India
- Directory of Direct Marketing Agencies in India
- Directory of Marketing Research Firms in India
- Directory of Event Management Companies in India
Sunday, December 26, 2004
Thursday, December 23, 2004
Tuesday, December 21, 2004
Tuesday, December 14, 2004
Tuesday, December 07, 2004
Sunday, December 05, 2004
- Directory of Indian PR Agencies
- Directory of Indian Publications
- Directory of Indian Media buying Agencies
- Directory of Indian Direct Marketing Agencies
- Directory of Indian Marketing Research Firms
- Directory of Indian Event Management Companies
Saturday, December 04, 2004
Thursday, December 02, 2004
Wednesday, December 01, 2004
Tuesday, November 30, 2004
Monday, November 29, 2004
Saturday, November 27, 2004
Saturday, November 20, 2004
Thursday, November 18, 2004
Delhi-based real estate group, Senior Builders, has announced that it will launch a Hindi news weekly in January 2005. Senior Builders had, sometime ago, announced its diversification into media with a niche television channel.The news weekly being planned by Senior Builders will be an 84-page all-clour glossy magazine and would focus on politics and crime. The initial print run of the magazine is planned to be 1,00,000 copies and will essentially be targeted at Hindi speaking states. The national distribution of the magazine will be taken care of by India Book House.
Tuesday, November 16, 2004
Monday, November 15, 2004
Sunday, November 14, 2004
Yes it's true... the Devil's back!
Mirc Electronics Ltd, makers of the Onida brand of TVs and durables, decided to relaunch its well-known `Onida Devil' campaign. The devil no doubt looks smarter than before but many doubt if it is really a good idea to help the brand regain its lost charm.
For long, the `Onida Devil' has been the face of Onida, along with the catchline Neighbours Envy Owners Pride.
So much so, that Mirc's research showed that the "Onida Devil' continued to enjoy tremendous brand recall value with customers. But is this enough to bring the Devil back in a new avatar, is what the industry is asking.
I'd say yes.
Firstly, MIRC's decision to bring the Devil back has already payed off by grabbing the attention of its audience. We are all sitting up and taking notice. industry discussion forums are full of analysis of the campaign and people like me are writing about it in their blogs. The brand, has no doubt, been rejuvenated.
But MIRC would have to make some more serious attempts not to lose the attention that they've gained and piggyback on it to drive the sales.
the Devil should not only be made to tell its audience that Onida is Neighbour's envy and Owner's pride, but also why?
The Devil should talk to the audience and introduce them to the reasons why they should buy Onida products and that too in a way that it evokes action.Onida's latest ad, where a soul re-enters the dead body learning that on purchase of any specific Onida product category you can win a Mercedes... is a step in that direction but there is a lot more for the company to do. Their gamble has certainly paid and now it's the responsibility of their Advertising Agency to help Mirc achieve its ambitious sales targets. During the financial year 2004-05, Mirc is targeting a scale of 15 lakh CTVs, 3 lakh DVD players, one lakh washing machines and 25, 000 ACs. Whether or not it happens, we must agree that never before the conceptualisation of 'Onida Devil' has a mascot with 'negative shades' got a brand so much of attention. This time around, The Devil isn't green and mean. He is sleekly suited and suavely mannered. But nobody can deny the Onida Devil his due. He remains one of the most successful and important brand imageries ever spawned in India. And his return is just as significant. What say you all...? :-)