Campaign India Team
Feb 05, 2016

Jan 2016 Agency Spotlight: Rediffusion Y&R

The agency was in the news last month for several reasons, landing it in the Campaign India monthly 'Agency Spotlight'.

Jan 2016 Agency Spotlight: Rediffusion Y&R
Besides being in the news for new campaigns and a business win, Rediffusion Y&R moved to a bigger office in Mumbai this January, with sister entities Everest Brand Solutions, Rediffusion Wunderman, and Sudler & Hennessey. 
 
 
 
The new 27,000 sq. feet property is located at Lotus Corporate Park in Goregaon East. The creative team decided to announce the news of their moving a little differently, with a spunky Adolf Hitler parody video.
 
Rediffusion Y&R Group was also in the news for its alliance with new entity The Social Street.
 
Campaigns from the agency that caught our attention this January were for... 
 

Meantime, the agency won the creative duties of Amplifon, a global hearing care provider.
 
So what's happening at your agency? Keep us posted at gokul@haymarket.co.in/ raahil@haymarket.co.in.
 
(This article first appeared in the 5 February 2016 issue of Campaign India)
 
Source:
Campaign India

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