Anupriya Acharya
Sep 01, 2023

Unleashing innovation and purposeful creativity for growth: Anupriya Acharya

Anupriya Acharya, chief executive officer, Publicis Groupe South Asia, kicks off a series in which we're asking industry stalwarts to share what they'd like to see changed or tackled next in the Indian advertising industry

Unleashing innovation and purposeful creativity for growth: Anupriya Acharya
This is an era of unprecedented growth and transformation for India, fuelled by economic expansion and technological advancements. From the monumental success of the Digital India initiative, revolutionising access to digital services, to the recent historic feat of successfully landing on the Moon's South Pole, India stands tall among the global leaders in technology and space exploration. The decade promises to be truly India’s own.
For brands and businesses, this era presents a canvas brimming with potential. Innovation in marketing solutions is not merely an option but a necessity. With challenges constantly evolving, the key lies in leveraging technology and data to foster creativity that thrives on innovation and drives growth. The fusion of data intelligence, artificial intelligence, and automation provides the groundwork for transformative ideas that can reshape industries.
Yet, this transformation demands more than just technology. It requires a mindset shift that re-imagines legacy systems and embraces new technologies while discarding passing trends. Equally vital is the commitment to nurturing talent, empowering them to continuously upskill and innovate. This rewiring of thinking and approach is crucial to capitalizing on the opportunities that lie ahead.
Amidst this drive for growth, the advertising and creative industry holds a unique responsibility. Modern creativity is not just about selling products; it's about creating narratives that resonate with societal values and aspirations. Brands wield immense power to influence by connecting with consumers on a deeper level, aligning with their beliefs, and contributing positively to the world.
In a world that often feels divided and overwhelmed, there is an urgent need for purposeful creativity. Advertising must rise above the noise, offering messaging that is not only relevant and progressive but also emotionally enduring. The industry has the potential to impact society positively by championing causes, driving change, and uplifting spirits.
As India takes center stage in the global narrative, it must not only focus on economic growth and technological advancement but also on the purpose it serves. This decade is not just India's; it's an opportunity for every brand, business, and individual to shape a brighter future – one where innovation and creativity drive growth while positively impacting society at large.
Campaign India

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