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BookMyShow appoints BBH India as its Creative Agency

04-April-2017
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BookMyShow appoints BBH India as its Creative Agency

BookMyShow has appointed BBH India (Bartle Bogle Hegarty India) as its creative strategy and advertising agency partner. The agency will now spearhead the development of business-driven marketing campaigns and concepts for BookMyShow.

BookMyShow is India’s largest online entertainment ticketing portal, with over 4,000 screens on its platforms and presence in more than 400 cities and towns across India. It recently created history by selling over 3 million movie tickets for the Christmas weekend alone in 2016.

Marzdi Kalianiwala, VP – Business Intelligence and Marketing, BookMyShow said, “BookMyShow is a consumer driven brand that continuously strives to enhance its offering and user experience. Considering the business dynamism, it was imperative to align ourselves with a creative partner that not only would be able to match the required scale, but also demonstrate creative actions that impact key metrics. We saw BBH India to be a perfect fit and are extremely excited to begin this journey with them.”

Arvind Krishnan, Managing Director, BBH India added, “We are thrilled to be partnering with BookMyShow. It is a great platform for us to showcase our brand of creativity, through the line. The app is the product, the app is the medium, and there are plenty of opportunities along the consumer journey to create impact.”

BBH India is known for its category-changing campaigns such as Uber’s ‘Move Forward’, Google’s ‘The web is what you make of it’, Magnum’s ‘Brown is in’ and Johnny Walker’s ‘The Journey’.

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