Campaign India Team
Nov 27, 2019

Weekend Wrap: 29 November

In the news: ASCI, Namyaa Skincare, Panaache Digital, Red Chief, Shortpedia

Vicky Kaushal will be the face of Red Chief
Vicky Kaushal will be the face of Red Chief
ASCI upholds complaints against 344 in August, September
During August and September 2019, ASCI investigated complaints against 564 advertisements. Among these 179 advertisements were promptly withdrawn by the advertisers on receipt of communication from ASCI. The independent Consumer Complaints Council (CCC) of ASCI evaluated the remaining 385 advertisements, and upheld complaints against 344. 259 belonged to the the education category, 50 belonged to healthcare, eight to personal care, eight to food and beverages and 19 were from the ‘others’ category.
Swara Bhaskar to endorse Namyaa Skincare 
Skin and intimate care brand Namyaa Skincare has appointed Swara Bhaskar to endorse its range of products.
Panaache Digital to handle brand Aveon Café's creative 
Aveon Cafe has appointed Panaache Digital as its creative agency following a multi-agency pitch. Panaache Digital will play develop the digital presence of Aveon Cafe by communicating the concept of instant coffee.
Mayank Jain joins Shortpedia
Shortpedia has got in Mayank Jain as chief product officer.  He moves from Dentsu Aegis Network where he was working with Isobar as group head - media and operations.
Red Chief gets Vicky Kaushal
Leayan Global has appointed Vicky Kaushal as brand ambassador for its footwear brand Red Chief.  
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