As we begin 2017, it is time to review, reflect and recharge for the year ahead.
2016 was a landmark year for Landor as we celebrated our 75th anniversary and the inspiring vision of our founder Walter Landor. Global celebrations were marked with outings and team bonding.
We saw the successful launch of key projects like Mother Dairy, SPJIMR, Teejay, Cuddle, Marathon, Cinnamon, Pick Me and Pockets by ICICI in the market.
Our team members put to use their experience and knowledge to author some thought leadership articles in the world of brands and branding.
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We look forward to delivering breakthrough strategic and creative work in 2017 for our clients.
We wish you and yours a wonderful new year.
In a country like India where the youth make up the majority of the population, it is crucial to cater to their demands in order attain top-of-mind recall and relevance. Today’s youth are smarter and more conscious about things around them; their needs are different from the older generation. Having said that, when asked about banking, most 18 to 25 years olds have a question mark on their faces. Banking is perceived to be complicated, confusing and something that parents take care of.
ICICI Bank wanted to create a bank for the millennials, that they could easily understand and operate. They believed banking should be made relevant to the millenials and evolve along with their changing needs. Their ambition for the new bank was to be friendly, simple, trendy and digital, whilst having the trust and security of ICICI Bank. In other words, a bank that ‘connected with the youth’.