Campaign India Team
Aug 22, 2023

Shubman Gill for Tata Capital

A campaign featuring the cricketer will be rolled out soon

Shubman Gill for Tata Capital
Tata Group has announced the appointment of Shubman Gill as brand ambassador of its financial services arm, Tata Capital.
 
Gill will feature in the brand's campaign which will be rolled in the 'coming weeks'. According to a statement issued by Tata Capital, Gill fits perfectly with the brand promise 'count on us'.
 
Abonty Banerjee, chief operating officer - digital and marketing, Tata Capital, said, "We are really excited to announce our association with Shubman Gill and to welcome him into the Tata Capital family. His journey in the world of cricket mirrors the journey of Tata Capital in the financial services sector – we are both driven by passion, skill, and a relentless pursuit of excellence. Cricket is a unifying sport in India across all customer segments. We see him as a great fit for our brand values of reliability, dynamism, innovation, and a determination to deliver the best. We believe that Shubman will play a vital role in the journey of growth of our brand as we strive towards becoming India’s preferred financial services company.”
 
 
 
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