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Future Group awards digital duties for Urban Yoga to Colourcraft Studio

23-November-2016
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Future Group awards digital duties for Urban Yoga to Colourcraft Studio

Urban Yoga- a Yoga apparel brand from the Future Group has entrusted ColourCraft Studio (CCS) to revitalise its digital footprint. CCS won the multi-agency pitch by unveiling a 360 degree digital strategy for the brand, the x-factor being a mock TV commercial that encapsulated the agency’s vision for Urban Yoga.

“We want Urban Yoga to do for Yoga what Nike has done for running - make it sexier, more desirable, irrespective of age, gender, religion or caste,” says Creative Director Ankit Jain who spearheaded the pitch. The agency centered the strategy around the slogan - #YogaOn - with emphasis on breaking traditional notions about Yoga and therefore expanding the customer base.

Commenting on acquiring this prestigious account, CCS Co-founder and Business Director, Aditi Gandhi said, “Urban Yoga is an immensely exciting brand. The trust Future Group has shown in us is a huge opportunity for us to create large-scale, strategy-driven campaigns to establish Urban Yoga as a name to be reckoned with in the retail space.”

Aditi Mirani Khandelwal, Brand Head at Urban Yoga said “We were looking for a partner who would understand and communicate our core values in an out-of-the-box manner. One of our major requirements in a potential collaboration is that the company’s core values and cultural beliefs align with ours. Most importantly, we were looking at people who have the patience to understand what Urban Yoga is all about and share the agile and global work culture along with us. We are glad to see the enthusiasm that the team at CCS have for Urban Yoga. With this collaboration with ColourCraft Studio we hope to further explore Urban Yoga’s potential.”

Tags Future Group Urban Yoga ColourCraft Studio Ankit Jain Aditi Gandhi Aditi Mirani Khandelwal

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