I’m writing this to congratulate you on the stellar work you guys did for the campaign video on women. Not only was it liked by all parties internally, but also well received by external audiences as the nearly 1 Mn views on the video shows. We have been receiving great reviews from across the industry and customers alike. To me what stood out was the production quality and the honesty with which the individuals spoke in the film. I want to thank the director, production team and the whole brand stories team involved on this. Hope we can do more such clutter breaking work in the future.
The content created by the HT Brand Studio team was thought-provoking, succinct and engaging. They were able to grasp the concept of pre-activism extremely well resulting in top notch delivery. Look forward to working with them in future.
The Brand Studio team understood the concept of pre-activism to the T and hence was able to come up with succinct content around the same. The articles and infographics created were thought provoking and was well received by the audience.
The HT team usually comes up with good content ideas and executes the same well. We have collaborated across written and video content and the results have always been good. Their strong editorial team ensures that anything which comes out is top notch quality. We would love to work with them on long term content initiatives as well.
Alok Shankar from Fitbit India, talks about why it is imperative for brands to have an online presence. Watch him and other leaders on Dec 18 in the 6th episode of #HTBrandStudioLive @GulbaharTaurani @karan20576 @alokshankar @rutumodykamdar @rameetarora @AsiaDma @htTweets @arduoR
How can the millennial woman be engaged better by brand custodians?Karan Kumar, Head, Brand Strategy and Marketing, Fab India, explains in the 6th episode of #HTBrandStudioLive @GulbaharTaurani @karan20576 @alokshankar @rutumodykamdar @rameetarora @AsiaDma @htTweets @arduoR
HT Brand Studio's @metal_militant unboxes @oppo's new mid-range smartphone, the A7. Learn about the features of the phone as he tries them out.
We are live with the Episode 5 of #HTBrandStudioLive on the HT Facebook page. Catch 9 top brand leaders from companies like @maruti_corp @VolvoAutoIndia @KotakBankLtd @AvivaIndia talk about the explosion of the future video storytelling on smartphones.
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Gear up for a special edition of #HTBrandStudioLive on December 18. We discuss how brands are marketing to the millennial woman.
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Prateek Chatterjee of NIIT speaks on #HTBrandMasters
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#HTBrandStudioLive| Gone are the days when our smartphones would be used only to make calls or send text messages. Today, chances are that when you see a person peering down at his mobile phone, he will be watching a video, be it on social media or a news website.
With people spending so much more time watching videos online, can brands take the opportunity to connect better with their customers? Do videos indeed allow brands to come to life and create lasting impressions in the minds of consumers?
Webcast from the Hindustan Times newsroom, Brand Studio Live brings together some of the country’s top CXOs to share their insights over new themes in marketing and branding today.
Episode 5 features Aashish Chopra (ixigo), Sumeet Singh (Info Edge), Gaurav Mehta (GirnarSoft), Sudeep Narayan (Volvo Cars India), Elizabeth Venkataraman (Kotak Mahindra Bank), Anjali Malhotra Nanda (Aviva India), Tarun Garg (Maruti Suzuki India Ltd), Praveen Rao (Censhare), and Rajiv Bansal (HTDS).