Campaign India Team
Dec 02, 2009

It's that time of year: Part 2

While the account management and general management types look forward to December, it's a torrid and tense time for creatives. They're in super-thinking mode, trying to come up with great ideas for great clients -- and great non-clients and great clients-to-be as well. All of us at Campaign India know how hard it is. And we've decided to lighten the mood the whole month. A new fun TVC for all of you to see every day starting today. Not quite every day, we know you need a break on Saturdays and Sundays. Here's the second one. Enjoy.

It's that time of year: Part 2

While the account management and general management types look forward to December, it's a torrid and tense time for creatives. They're in super-thinking mode, trying to come up with great ideas for great clients -- and great non-clients and great clients-to-be as well.
 
All of us at Campaign India know how hard it is. And we've decided to lighten the mood the whole month. A new fun TVC for all of you to see every day starting today. Not quite every day, we know you need a break on Saturdays and Sundays.
 
Here's the second one. Enjoy.

 

 

Watch the first TVC here:

 

And please use the comments option to send in your thoughts on the work -- and suggestions for future TVCs. If we use them, we'll acknowledge your contribution. We might even buy you a few beers.
 
Have a happy December.

Source:
Campaign India

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