As per AdEx India data ad volume increased from 100 in Jan-Nov 2015 to a whopping 403 during Jan-Nov 2017. Industry experts say that not everything is lost for advertisers and condom brands post the recent ban. While this could mean choppy waters for TV broadcasters, advertisers can leverage the digital medium and shift their ad spends in that direction
While TV dominated 65% of the automotive sector’s ad insertions pie, advertising on radio grew 8% for the sector during the Jul-Sep’ 16 period as compared to the same period the previous year, according to data released by TAM Cross Media Adex for the auto sector, a division of TAM Media Research.
The cost of disruption on account of demonetisation for brands and companies would be long term basis how the market dynamics play out. It could create entry points for newer players, create new definitions of essentials/non-essentials, restructure the dynamics of channel management, impact consumer behaviour possibly in an irreversible manner. The effects of these changes will be felt for a much longer time than the process of demonetisation itself, writes Habeeb Nizamuddin, CMO, IPG Mediabrands