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HDFC Bank awards creative duties to Leo Burnett

19-November-2015
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HDFC Bank awards creative duties to Leo Burnett

HDFC Bank has awarded its creative mandate to Leo Burnett. The creative agency is currently working on an integrated campaign titled “Har Zaroorat Poori Ho Chutki Mein, Bank Aapki Muthi Mein,” to reinforce the brand’s position as India’s premier digital bank in India.

The new campaign talks about HDFC Bank’s products and offerings, from banking service to loans, investments, one click payments and one click shopping – all digitally accessible to customers through the bank’s mobile application.

Confirming the win, Kartik Jain,Executive Vice President and Head (Marketing) , HDFC Bank said, “Customer centricity is key to our marketing success. Going forward we want to intensify our focus on highlighting how digital banking is enabling customer convenience. We have been at the forefront of launching services that use the latest technologies to benefit our customers. We wanted to partner an agency that understands consumer behaviour effectively and uses the power of integration to communicate ‘Har Zaroorat Poori Ho Chutki Mein, Bank Aapki Muthi Mein’ positioning amongst our existing and potential customers.”

Saurabh Varma, CEO of Leo Burnett India, added, “As a Human-kind agency, we believe in unleashing the true potential of a brand by defining its purpose and creating communication that is strategic, meaningful and effective. We have a clear mandate to bring our multi-displinary approcah for creating an integrated narrative for HDFC Bank that would shine the spotlight on their digital offerings. This will help us partner HDFC Bank in achieving the change they are looking for in their business.”

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