Campaign India Team
Jan 29, 2018

Creativeland Asia bags Rupa's creative mandate

The agency will handle six of the company's brands

Creativeland Asia bags Rupa's creative mandate
Rupa has assigned its creative duties to Creativeland Asia. 
 
The agency will handle six of the brands under the company's portfolio - Frontline, Euro, Thermocot, Bumchums, Torrido and Jon. 
 
Shri Mukesh Agarwal director, Rupa and Company, said, “Innovation and excellence is what has helped Rupa become a dominant player in the knitwear segment. We have ambitious growth plans and believe that Creativeland Asia is aligned to our vision of taking the brand to the next level. They demonstrated a clear understanding of our business and the category and have a proven track record of creating remarkable campaigns and out of the box communication for their clients. We look forward to working with them.”
 
Sajan Raj Kurup, founder and creative chairman, Creativeland Asia Group, said, “Creativeland welcomes home the brands from Rupa. It is always exciting to work with legacy brands and family owned businesses in India. They are extremely grounded, instinctive and decisive. I look forward to a strong relationship with the House of Rupa and hope to create some magic together.”
 
Rana Barua, CEO, Creativeland Asia Group, said, “Rupa is an iconic indigenous brand and we look forward to create some fantastic campaigns together. What is interesting is that we met them with an idea on one of their brands and after listening to our thought process and suggestions, the management was sure that we were capable of handling multiple brands across their portfolio. We are keen to be a part of their growth journey and hope to live up to their expectations.” 
 
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