What’s Your Problem is Arrow’s creative agency

24 Jul,2018

By A Correspondent


Arrow has appointed WYP as its AOR, entrusting the Mumbai-based agency with defining clothing brand Arrow’s overall positioning going forward.


Said Sumit Dhingra, CEO, Heritage Brand Division – Arvind Fashions: “We were keen on partnering with an agency that balances strategy, consumer understanding and creative. We were quite taken in by WYP’s approach. Intoday’s age, it is important to work with an agency that knows and understands digital as a medium and WYP clearly comes with an idea and digital first POV. Having completed 25 years in India, it was important to choose an agency that helps build on the brand’s legacy while still appealing to the young working professional. We were clear that the solution lay in forging an emotional connect with the audience.”


Added Tejas Mehta, Director – Strategy and Account Management, What’s Your Problem:”We’re excited at the opportunity to work closely with a premium menswear brand – one of the most iconic men’s shirt brand in the world. They were looking for a belief system that the brand could stand for, one, which the consumer emotionally connects with. More importantly, they understood that this connect would need a fully integrated approach. It’s been a collaborated effort with us, conducting workshops with the extended marketing team. And we’re now looking forward to creating some stellar work for the brand in the coming months. Exciting times!”


Said Amit Akali, Founder and Chief Creative Officer, What’s Your Problem: “When we started WYP three years back, we were very clear that digital agencies got technology, but their weakness lay in strategy and consumer-led creativity. Mainline agencies unfortunately weren’t truly integrated or thinking digital first, which is why we believed that the agency that married strategy, creativity and technology would soon be the only agency a client needs – a staunch brand custodian. Winning the Arrow integrated AOR, with the client choosing one agency for all its mandates, is a testament to the belief we started out with.”



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