Delhi offices of Lowe Lintas & LinTeractive bag new biz mandate of India Gate Basmati Rice

10 Nov,2016

By A Correspondent


The MullenLowe Lintas Group has been mandated to offer its creative and digital services to rice brand India Gate Basmati Rice. While Lowe Lintas Delhi will handle the creative services for the brand, LinTeractive will work towards offering core digital capabilities.


The multi-agency pitch saw participation from a host of agencies who were edged out by the Delhi offices of Lowe Lintas and LinTeractive for their conviction of offering the client an effective creative approach that would lead to high ROI for the brand. The duo would work towards making India Gate Basmati a household name that all can count on and consume with pride.


India Gate Basmati Rice is part of KRBL Limited, which is a 120-year-old firm dealing in branded basmati rice. Commenting on the association with the two divisions of MullenLowe Lintas Group, Ayush Gupta, Marketing Head, KRBL Limited said: “We have decided to associate ourselves with Lowe Lintas Delhi, which is currently the top creative agency in the world as per Warc 2016, and also LinTeractive as we saw immense promise in their plan for our brand. Our decision was based on the agency’s reputation for delivering the highest ROI to its clients with their creative effectiveness and problem-solving attitude. We are confident that India Gate Basmati Rice will become a household name in the coming months and be a highly preferred option for consumers throughout the country.”


On winning the new mandate, Naveen Gaur, President, Lowe Lintas Delhi said: “Rice consumption seems to be a popular trait that most consumers enjoy in the country. We are excited with the core idea that we have drawn up for the brand and hope to see it scale even greater heights going forward.”


Adding his views, Sumanta Ganguly, EVP-LinTeractive said, “We believe it’s a great opportunity to use content as a key differentiator to deliver consistent engagement in today’s ever trending digital media environment.”


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