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Whyness bags creative mandate for VIP

05-February-2016
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Whyness bags creative mandate for VIP

Following a multi-agency pitch, Whyness has been handed the creative mandate for luggage maker VIP.

 As VIP looks to consolidate market share and deepen the relationship with its traditional consumer base as well as appeal to a younger audience, the brand has decided to take a bold move forward, in alliance with the creative stewardship of Whyness.

 Commenting on this partnership, Sudip Ghose, VP (Marketing) at VIP Industries said, “Whyness has already helped us successfully launch Carlton Luggage and establish it as a major player with a 50 per cent growth rate last year. Throw in Ravi Deshpande’s wisdom and leadership and I believe the flagship VIP brand is in the best possible hands.”

Ravi Deshpande, Chief Creative Officer and Founder at Whyness commented, “It’s a huge win for Whyness. Our team is deeply excited to now hold the reins of a brand that has been integral to the lives of most Indians. We look forward to steer this much-loved brand in a fresh creative and strategic direction.”

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