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Law & Kenneth bags creative duties of Choko la

03-September-2013
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Law & Kenneth bags creative duties of Choko la

Choko la, a boutique for chocolates from the family of Hero MotoCorp, has awarded its creative duties to Law & Kenneth. Choko la confirmed the news to exchange4media.

The win comes on the back of a multi-agency pitch that took place in New Delhi. However, the account size couldn’t be ascertained at the time of filing the report.

The creative duties of the brand were earlier handled by Draftfcb Ulka.

Driven by a passion for chocolates, Cosmic Kitchen was born out of a desire to share that passion with the world. With that in mind, Vasudha Munjal, a third generation entrepreneur from the renowned industrialist family of Hero MotoCorp fame, created Choko la that now has many outlets and a state-of-the-art manufacturing unit based in Delhi NCR. It is spread across Delhi & NCR, Mumbai and Chandigarh.

For the record, Law & Kenneth was recently appointed as the creative agency for VIP Skybags. VIP Skybags awards creative duties to Law & Kenneth

exchange4media also reported that the agency is likely to join hands with Saatchi & Saatchi for a big joint Publicis Omnicom family. Will Saatchi & Saatchi and Law & Kenneth join hands?
 

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