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Dainik Bhaskar launches new brand media campaign- Unmetro, Action is elsewhere

24-April-2015
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Dainik Bhaskar launches new brand media campaign- Unmetro, Action is elsewhere

DB Corp Limited (DBCL) creates a wider platform for its flagship event ‘Unmetro’. Dainik Bhaskar announced the launch of ‘UNMETRO – Action Is Elsewhere’, a new campaign aimed at marketers, advertisers and media planner/buyer audiences.

Designed as a digital/social media campaign, it will also be supported by Print, OOH and also supported by the company’s Unmetro Conclave events, which have over a period of time, developed into one of the most noteworthy pan-India marketing events focused on exploring and analysing the untapped economic potential of India’s non-metro towns and cities.

‘Unmetros’ signify the non-metro urban Indian markets (Tier 2 and 3 markets), which are fast emerging as India’s key growth centres. These markets are at the core of dynamic progress, being under served and hence presenting an opportunity of rapidly growing consumer demand, with significant purchasing power and greater media reach.

This potential of Unmetros, together with the rise of digital media, the fragmentation of mass media, the growing power of young consumers, creates a very compelling proposition for the Indian retail industry. Also significant is the leveling out of purchasing power across India that brings into focus the markets beyond the metros.

Kishor Biyani, Group CEO, Future Group flagged off the launch of ‘Unmetro – The Action is Elsewhere’ campaign as a 60 second film, which will be amplified with the help of print ads, web banners and across the Unmetro web page. The campaign idea revolves around the fact that generally, people have been enamoured by life in the metros, while the real action is brewing in the Unmetro heartland of India, to say that the ‘Action is elsewhere’.

Appreciating Dainik Bhaskar’s endeavours towards the Unmetro initiative and the film, Biyani said, “Along with metros, non-metros and Tier 2 & 3 markets have become very important. I appreciate the effort of Dainik Bhaskar in focusing attention of marketers and advertisers on these growing markets.”

Commenting on the launch of the digital campaign, Girish Agarwaal, Director, Dainik Bhaskar, said, “We see a whole new opportunity in Unmetros where the rising affluence levels and changing consumption patterns are opening doors for marketers to service these new regions. Consumerism is on the rise, as also the desire to experience better lifestyles and enjoy global brands. This has created numerous opportunities for both national and international brands in India. Through the Unmetro initiative, we champion the cause of Tier II and III markets, helping marketers and advertisers to serve these markets better and play a role in transforming them into stronger growth centers.”

 

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