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Little Yellow Book: Sneha Chury

December 7, 2020

The Little Yellow Book is a series of short interviews with different members of the Landor team. You can find out more about who they are, what they do, and what inspires and motivates them to do what they do.

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Little Yellow Book: Shoumili Maitra

November 25, 2020

The Little Yellow Book is a series of short interviews with different members of the Landor team. You can find out more about who they are, what they do, and what inspires and motivates them to do what they do.

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Little Yellow Book: Manil Dodani

September 28, 2020

The Little Yellow Book is a series of short interviews with different members of the Landor team. You can find out more about who they are, what they do, and what inspires and motivates them to do what they do.

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Little Yellow Book: Arnab Ray

September 14, 2020

The Little Yellow Book is a series of short interviews with different members of the Landor team. You can find out more about who they are, what they do and what inspires and motivates them to do what they do.

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Landor Mumbai hosts a panel with IBM, Kotak, Tata Global Beverages & Nykaa

December 22, 2018

On 27th November, Landor Mumbai hosted a Tech. Gender. Brand, a panel discussion focussed on exploring and building an understanding of two biggest forces of our time that redefine our future – technology and gender.

Deepali Naair, Director of Marketing, IBM India & SA, Falguni Nayar, CEO, Nykaa, Garth Viegas, Director of Insights, TATA Global Beverages and Jaimit Doshi, EVP, Kotak Securities came together to form a panel rich with insights from different industries and from eminent speakers at the helm of some of India’s biggest brands. The panel was chaired by Nick Foley, Regional President, Landor SEAPJ.

Lulu Raghavan, MD, Landor Mumbai opened the discussion with a thought provoking presentation on gender stereotypes that find their way into brands and how technology is influencing how brands are built and managed.

Over 80 clients, partners and contacts attended the event and the ensuing networking session.

Speaking about AI at risk of being sexist, experts concluded that brands must train their AI with more responsibility. They contended that product and branding decisions can be biased because of unconscious, preconceived notions about gender roles but they need to be upfront with their consumers, steer away from these stereotypes and stay honest and relevant.

Click here for the official photo release from Tech. Gender. Brand.

To know more about the event or to schedule a presentation in your office, please write to:
Manil Dodani
Business Development and Marketing Manager
manil.dodani@landor.com

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WPP Stella India Gets Off to a Stellar Start!

October 3, 2018
WPP Stella

By Jayati Grover

“In the future, there will be no female leaders. There will just be leaders.”

This is what Sheryl Sandberg, the COO of Facebook, writes in her iconic, clarion-call- of-a-book, Lean In. That there is a gap between men and women at work is beyond doubt. It is what we do to bridge this gap that would make Sheryl’s, and millions of women’s shared dream, come to life.

Recently, we saw the launch of WPP Stella India, which is an initiative focused on drawing more women into leadership positions in India. The programme, meant to foster mentoring relationships for 9-12 months, is currently at the pilot stage.

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Bonjour Cannes! | In conversation with Lulu Raghavan

June 15, 2018

Landor Mumbai’s Lulu Raghavan is on the prestigious Design Jury at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity this year. Over the next few days, she will be witness to some of the most interesting and effective work produced by thousands of agencies from across the globe. We caught up with her just as she was about to take off for Cannes for an excited conversation. Here goes:

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