Campaign India Team
Feb 15, 2010

Grey bags creative duties for Ferrero

Grey Advertising has won the Ferrero account and will handle all four brands in India. Following a long drawn out agency selection process, Grey has acquired the creative duties for Ferrero Rocher as well as Tic Tac, Kinder and Nutella.Said Jishnu Sen, COO, Grey Group India, "Our commitment to building brands through our knowledge of the consumer alongwith our ability to produce exciting creative work won us this business. Our strong strategic insights coupled with our enthusiasm and passion won us all four brands."

Grey bags creative duties for Ferrero

Grey Advertising has won the Ferrero account and will handle all four brands in India.

Following a long drawn out agency selection process, Grey has acquired the creative duties for Ferrero Rocher as well as Tic Tac, Kinder and Nutella.

Said Jishnu Sen, COO, Grey Group India, "Our commitment to building brands through our knowledge of the consumer alongwith our ability to produce exciting creative work won us this business. Our strong strategic insights coupled with our enthusiasm and passion won us all four brands."

He added, "This is an exciting opportunity. The brands are legendary....and we are looking forward to doing them justice in India."

Source:
Campaign India

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