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Research:

“The Most Robust Print Research That India Has Ever Seen”

Ashish Bhasin, Shashi Sinha and NP Sathyamurthy help unravel the intricacies of the Indian Readership Survey 2017, and the implications that arise from it.

Marketing:

“We Need To Evolve The Categories, And We Need To Educate The Consumer”

Mahesh Gupta left his public sector job to turn entrepreneur and launch Kent RO Systems, a business that will reach almost Rs 1000 crore in 2017-18. Is there a secret to the success?

Opinion:

Nike’s first ever sports hijab is here and it’s a big leap in supporting diversity

It’s a celebration of different women and their choices

Advertising:

Piyush Pandey: “Lack Of Patience Is Detrimental To Good Business”

"If every interaction is transnational, then it's not a relationship. Then it's 'dhandha'."

Advertising:

Book Review: The Indestructible Brand – Crisis Management In The Age Of Social Media

Venke Sharma and Hushidar Kharas' book prepares brands to be crisis ready in the digital era, says Ushnota Paul

Media:

Zee Turns 25, Gets Future Proof

"I’m pretty confident that this company is now ready for a level of growth to take us from a ~$8bn to ~$50bn company."

Media:

Punit Goenka: “We Are Ready For The Next Level Of Growth”

Punit Goenka (MD & CEO, ZEEL) on what the future holds for Zee Entertainment Enterprises Ltd

Advertising:

Point Of View: Women In Leadership Roles In The Industry. If Not Now, When?

Talking about women and leadership today, we see how women have overcome the shackles of the world and how they've now been receiving support. But what happens when they get past that interview and what does it take to make that change?

Advertising:

Creative Picks: Burger King, Havaianas & More!

Every day we are exposed to truck loads of commercial messages. A majority of them are simply ignored. Only a handful get noticed and stick in our minds. Here are a few which I noticed and liked this past week: Burger King’s ‘OK, Google’ stunt, Havaianas print ads and more.

Marketing:

It Took More Than Two Minutes, But Nestlé India Is Back To Fighting Fit

Suresh Narayan was required to drop everything and head to India to manage the fallout of what was then a developing crisis. In conversation with Suresh Narayan, CEO of Nestlé India about his journey with Nestlé and how he tackled a developing crisis, one that threatened the very foundations of the brand.