IdeateLabs wins the social media mandate for Thomas Cook India

29 Aug,2019

By A Correspondent


IdeateLabs has won the social media mandate across Thomas Cook India’s business lines – including Holidays Outbound and Domestic and Foreign Exchange in a multi-agency pitch.


The mandate includes managing the brand’s social media strategy, developing collaterals and artworks, managing queries, end-to- end planning and so on. The core focus is to create a huge buzz around various offerings including the Holiday & Forex businesses and also engage the target audience with interesting content.


Commenting on the latest win, Ashish Rana, Business Head, Ideate Labs said: “We are immensely proud to work with the iconic travel and tourism brand Thomas Cook (India) Ltd. With a vibrant legacy of India operation since 1881. It is of utmost importance to sustain the brand positioning and further enhance its presence in the market. They are a leader in their space & their hybrid clicks & bricks strategy is perfectly in sync with India’s consumer base.


The brand is renowned equally for the diversity of its product range as also the quality of their services in its endeavour to delight India’s range of customer segments.”


Added Abraham Alapatt, President & Group Head – Marketing, Service Quality, Value Added Services & Innovation Thomas Cook India: “Social media continues to play a defining role in the consumer’s perception of a brand – helping not only to influence purchase decisions, but more importantly build a relationship. Through our digital outreach, we aim to move from simply just being present ‘on’ multiple social media platforms to harmonize and create the perfect synergy between our offline and online campaigns. We therefore sought a partner who was equally driven by passion and who could bring a fresh take of innovation and creativity in our social messaging, while understanding the pulse our customer. IdeateLabs has showcased a deep understanding of the sector and we look forward to rolling out engaging content and impactful campaigns in association with them.”



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