Campaign India Team
Apr 04, 2022

News updates - week of 4 April

In the news: Havas Creative Group, ShemarooMe, Spinny

Spinny launches Spinny Max

Used car buying and selling platform, Spinny, has entered the luxury segment with the launch of Spinny Max. With this launch, it aims to create a niche in the market for luxury automobiles by making them accessible to young men and women. Spinny Max offers an assortment of over 500 cars - including Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Audi, Jaguar and Land Rover. 

ShemarooMe partners with Airtel Xstream Premium


ShemarooMe, the OTT video streaming app of Shemaroo, has announced a partnership with Airtel Xstream Premium, a video streaming service from Bharti Airtel. Through this partnership deal, users will get access to ShemarooMe’s content library. The content will be accessible through a single access login on the Airtel Xstream Premium app.  


Havas Creative Group India appoints Samarpita Banerjee


Havas Creative Group India has announced the appointment of Samarpita Banerjee as director marketing and communications. Banerjee will work across all agencies of Havas Creative Group India including Havas Worldwide, Havas CX, Think Design, Conran Design Group Mumbai and Shobiz Havas Experiential. She will report to Pritha Dasgupta, chief marketing officer, Havas Group India.
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