Campaign India Team
May 19, 2021

Publicis Worldwide bags Godrej ProClean's creative mandate

Account won post a multi-agency pitch

Publicis Worldwide bags Godrej ProClean's creative mandate
Godrej Consumer Products (GCPL) has appointed Publicis Worldwide India to manage the integrated creative duties for its newly launched home hygiene brand, Godrej ProClean.
 
The agency's Mumbai office will handle the mandate which includes digital and mainline. 
 
The account was won post a multi-agency pitch. 
 
Somasree Bose, category head, VP marketing, Godrej Consumer Products, said, “In an intensely contested pitch, Publicis Worldwide stood out with their strategy, creative approach and enthusiasm for the brand. Godrej ProClean aims to cater to the rising demand for home hygiene products and earn its fair share in the industry. The team at Publicis understood our goals and their outlook was in sync with our thought process. Their performance across other brands made our decision much easier. We look forward to working together and fulfilling our vision of making Godrej ProClean a leading player in the market.”
 
Subhash Kamath, CEO, Publicis Worldwide and BBH India ,said, "It was a very interesting challenge in an increasingly relevant and growing category: home hygiene. It needed a fine blend of strategy and creativity across platforms, in an integrated solution. We're thrilled to be chosen as their partner by Godrej and our mandate is across mainline and digital thinking. We look forward to creating some insightful work going forward."
 
Russell Barrett, CEO and CCO, Publicis Worldwide and BBH India, added, “When a product or a venture is born out of a real and specific consumer need, the job of any creative agency needs to be that much more relevant. We were genuinely excited to work on a brand like Godrej ProClean for exactly that reason. Sharp, compelling, engaging advertising that speaks across platforms and media to the audience is the need of the hour. We look forward to creating some category defining work along with our brilliant client partners at Godrej.”
 
Suraj Pombra, executive director, Publicis Worldwide India, said, "This is a special win for us. Godrej ProClean is a brand born in and of the pandemic – and it feels special to be chosen to co-nurture it. As an integrated mandate, it allows us to bring the full might of our thinking into play across platforms, so it’s special for that reason as well. Publicis and Godrej have had successful partnerships before, so this is also special as a homecoming of sorts. As we welcome Godrej ProClean into our fold, we look forward to this being the start of a long term partnership built on growth and success.” 
 
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