Campaign India Team
Mar 10, 2021

Havas Media bags Wai Wai's digital mandate

Agency's Gurugram office to handle the mandate

Havas Media bags Wai Wai's digital mandate
Havas Media India has won the digital media mandate for Wai Wai, a noodle brand from Chaudhary Group (CG Foods). Wai Wai is headquartered in Nepal. 
Havas Media's mandate includes digital media and website management. The account will be handled by the agency’s Gurugram office led by Uday Mohan, president – North and West India, Havas Media. 
G.P. Sah, global business head - FMCG, Chaudhary Group, said, “India is a crucial market for us with immense potential and as we chase our ambition to be a global leader, our strategies must be unique to each region we are in. With Havas Media’s market intelligence, digital expertise and its integrated offering, we are confident to take the brand to newer heights and achieve a larger market share.”
Mohit Joshi, CEO, Havas Media Group India, said, “We are excited to kickstart the year with a global FMCG brand from CG Foods. Wai Wai is a challenger brand that operates in an extremely competitive category in India. With Havas Media’s focus on keeping the audience at the centre of the planning exercise is in line with the Group’s growing expertise in performance and market-place initiatives, we look forward to positioning the brand in this market and strengthening the brand connect through our meaningful media experience (Mx) philosophy.” 
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