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TSBI bags media mandate for Canapure Canola Oil

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TSBI bags media mandate for Canapure Canola Oil

Canapure, a Canadian Agro company manufacturing and distributing Canola Oil, has handed over its marketing communication mandate to TheSmallBigIdea (TSBI). The mandates were won through a multi-agency pitch.

As part of the win, the agency will now be responsible for handling digital, social media and creative communication mandates for Canapure Canola Oil, which includes creating an ad film for them. With this win TSBI adds FMCG brands to its existing clientele which currently features clients from entertainment, tourism and e-commerce.

Speaking on the association, Rakesh Gupta, Managing Director, Canola Oil, said, “We are happy to have partnered with TSBI for our marketing communication mandate and are happy to see them develop the mandated output to our satisfaction in a pressing time schedule. The task bestowed on TSBI is to give the brand a relevant imagery amongst the health conscious consumer. We are certain that the cross-industry knowledge that TSBI brings on table will help us achieve our objective faster.”

Commenting on the win, Harikrishnan Pillai, Founder, TSBI said, “FMCG is an interesting space and working with Canapure Canola Oil will give us tremendous insight into the category. We are excited about the association especially because we will be working on a brand from scratch.”


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