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Hair care advertising in print jumps 33 pc during 2009: AdEx Analysis

12-April-2010
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Hair care advertising in print jumps 33 pc during 2009: AdEx Analysis

Hair care advertising in print grew by 33 per cent during 2009, as compared to the same period in 2008. Hair oils was the top category under hair care sector in print during 2009. HUL led advertising of hair care sector, while Dove Hair Fall Therapy System saw the maximum advertising among all new hair care brands advertised in print during 2009. More

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