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Dear Walter

July 7, 2016

Palakshi Naha, Marketing Manager at Landor Mumbai decided to write to Walter Landor to commemorate his legacy of 75 years.

Dear Walter,

It’s your birthday in a few days and I thought it would be the perfect opportunity to write you a letter, to congratulate you and to thank you.

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Lulu Raghavan: Spearheading the New Smart

June 6, 2016

by | Momspirations

What does it take to be named as one of India’s Top 50 influential women? To be recognised as a leader in your field?

This month, we bring Lulu Raghavan, Managing Director and Country Head of Landor Associates, as our Mosmpiration guest.

Starting out as a brand consultant, Lulu Raghavan climbed up the ladder at an astonishing pace until she cemented her position as the Managing Director of Landor Associates. A global brand-consulting firm, Landor Associates entered India in 2007, to provide branding, design and digital services to companies across verticals.

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New on the Bookshelf

May 17, 2016

We’ve picked up quite a few books in the last 6 months at work. As our library builds further, these books give us the perfect excuse to step away from our screens every once in a while.

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Minds at Work

April 6, 2016

With a great, creative space comes great productivity.

Our office is a testament to this fact. Encased in the glass tower at Indiabulls Finance Centre, our office is we are situated in the heart of Mumbai’s the corporate district, of Mumbai in Lower Parel. We lucked out with the spectacular views of the city’s skyline from our terrace on the 20th floor.

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Landor Mumbai Turns 8 Today!

February 3, 2016

It was this day eight years ago that Landor cemented its commitment to India by starting operations in Mumbai.

We’ve come a long way since the early days and today we are a full service, fast growing and award winning office that has had the privilege of creating or revitalising brands in India including Café Coffee Day, Vivanta, Mahindra, The Park Hotels, Azva and Joyville amongst a host of others.

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Another Type of Learning

February 2, 2016

By Pavithra Dikshit

Type camp is an international organization that provides an alternative educational experience to anyone that wants to learn more about typography and design.

 My first run-in with Type Camp was through Adobe Typekit in February 2014. Adobe had sponsored me to attend Type Camp India at Chennai – a weeklong cultural immersion and a learning experience.  The camp changed me – I think different now; I also work different. This year, 2 Type Camps were organized in the first 2 weekends of January – in Mumbai and in Delhi. A seasoned camper, this time around I was teaching and assisting classes. My role was different but it taught me a lot:

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Landor Mumbai Hosts its 3rd Successful Wake Up

November 16, 2015

Walter Landor started aboard the Klamath. Inspired by our founder, we decided to host our 3rd Wake Up With Landor at Café Zoe, a unique café situated in what used to be a textile mill. With a combination of European and industrial décor, the place boasts of high ceilings, exposed brick walls and big glass windows that allow plenty of natural sunlight.

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Our breakfast event focused on the recently launched Global Agile Brand Study. Nick Foley from Landor Singapore introduced our guests to the Agility Paradox: “the battle between maintaining consistent values and driving rapid change” and also took them through some interesting findings from our recent research. First of its kind, the study ranks the global brands using brand strength and financial success as parameters of agility. Continue Reading

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It Is Time for Brand You

December 15, 2014

By Lulu Raghavan

A prominent publication recently featured the 20 most influential people in Indian advertising. Only three of these were women. That’s a scary statistic, considering that I’m constantly meeting and interacting with people in leading positions across industries, a significant number of whom are women.

So, Sheryl Sandberg is indeed right. Compared to the total number of in the workforce, only a negligible percentage make it to the top.

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