Campaign India Team
Aug 02, 2022

Vaani Kapoor is brand ambassador for Noise

Rolled out a campaign titled #KeepGoing, featuring her across its digital assets

Vaani Kapoor is brand ambassador for Noise
Connected lifestyle brand, Noise, has roped in actor Vaani Kapoor as its brand ambassador. 
 
She will be the face of the brand’s upcoming X-Fit series smartwatch in India. The brand announced the X-Fit series last year in partnership with HRX, a homegrown fitness
Brand, jointly owned by actor Hrithik Roshan and Exceed Entertainment. 
 
To commemorate Kapoor as brand ambassador, Noise rolled out a campaign titled #KeepGoing, featuring her across its digital assets. 
 
According to the brand, Kapoor’s fitness regime and transformation journey, makes her the right fit for the partnership. 
 
Amit Khatri, co-founder, Noise said, “Our partnership with HRX has led to the launch of one of the most celebrated series in our smartwatch segment – X-Fit, designed for the athleisure-loving community who seek innovation bundled with style. We are all set to introduce the new X-Fit 2 smartwatch in India and are delighted to collaborate with Vaani Kapoor as the face of this new-age smartwatch. Vaani’s zeal for fitness and deep connect with Indian youths, millennials and Gen Z consumers will enable us to inspire a larger community and drive the adoption of smart innovations among them.”
 
Source:
Campaign India

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