Campaign India Team
Feb 05, 2018

Beanstalk Asia expands to Nepal

Nepal is one of the most challenging markets for communication and marketing professionals, say Beanstalk Asia executives

Beanstalk Asia expands to Nepal
Creative and digital agency Beanstalk Asia has expanded its footprint to Nepal. 
 
Upendra Singh Thakur, founder director, Beanstalk Asia, said, “We have a team that is experienced enough to deliver a strategic and creative campaign and also have a thorough understanding of Nepal’s local culture and language. This gives us the unique advantage to craft and execute bespoke campaigns that will help brands achieve their market share and also ensure an effective ROI.” 
 
An agency statement said that Nepal is currently one of the most exciting and challenging places for a marketer and communications professional to be in. 
 
Thakur added, "Compared to India, the Nepal market will be different, but the important requirements of brand managers will be the same as everywhere. These are having a clutter-free and easily comprehensible communication, communication that touches a chord with the needs and aspirations of the consumers and communication that persuades consumers, rather than forcing them to make a purchase." 
 
In India, Beanstalk Asia’s has worked with clients like Capital First, Edelweiss, BASF - The Chemical Company, Sodexo, Imaginarium, VVF India, MID-DAY, Nick TV, VH1, CNBC Bestsellers 18, among others.
 
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