Campaign India Team
Sep 04, 2017

Creative Critique: July 2017 (part four)

Our expert panel of Rahul Mathew, DDB Mudra group, Dr A L Sharada from Population First and Prasad Sangameshwaran, Campaign India, analyse the Tata Tea film

Last month our Creative Critique section was revamped and presented in a video format. Two advertising experts and our gender diversity champion, Dr A L Sharada will analyse a selection of ads every month. As a champion of gender diversity, we also rank each ad on the gender diversity scale.  
 
See what Rahul Mathew, CCO, DDB Mudra Group and Prasad Sangameshwaran, managing editor, Campaign India have to say along with views from Dr Sharada.  
 
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