Campaign India Team
Jun 22, 2020

Indigo Consulting bags Maybelline's digital mandate

Account won post a multi-agency pitch

Agency's Mumbai office will handle the mandate
Agency's Mumbai office will handle the mandate
Maybelline New York has appointed Indigo Consulting to handle its digital communication and e-commerce content mandate. The account was won following a multi-agency pitch.
The agency's Mumbai office will handle the account.
Vaidehi Vimadalal, GM, Maybelline India, said, “We are really excited to have Indigo on board with us. They have been doing some great work across their various clients and we are confident that they will help us achieve our vision on the brand which is to become the #1 Make up brand in India. Looking at the shift that the industry is seeing right now and how dynamic things are especially on digital and ecommerce, to have a partner like Indigo, which has been one of the front runners in digital+tech, we are sure that we will see some great work and campaigns in the coming years.”  
Rajesh Ghatge, CEO, Indigo Consulting, said, “The makeup category in India is on the threshold of new leadership. We are excited to partner with Maybelline in their journey to this pole position. Engagement and commerce on digital, and innovation driven by technology is gaining tremendous momentum. We are excited  to get an opportunity to combine our collective capabilities across data, creativity and technology to provide Maybelline New York, with the velocity it needs to aggressively take over the Indian market.”
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