25 Nov 2015
Mumbai: Country's second largest private sector lender HDFC Bank, which has launched `sonic branding' or a musical logo, today said it will spend over Rs 30 crore to promote the new brand positioning which stresses on the digital banking.
07 Nov 2015
Mumbai: Veteran actor Naseeruddin Shah feels that a film can become successful only on the basis of its merit and not merely by its marketing. "I don't think any film can be successful with promotions. A successful film can become more successful with promotions. But if any film does well, that is on the basis of its merits.
14 Oct 2015
Indore: Ten persons have been arrested for allegedly black-marketing tickets of the One Day International match which will be played today between India and South Africa at Holkar stadium, police said today.
14 Oct 2013
Mumbai: Away from Mumbai for shoot of his upcoming film ‘Peekay’, Bollywood actor Aamir Khan still has his eyes set on the marketing strategy for his film ‘Dhoom 3’.
21 Aug 2015
New Delhi: The Delhi government on Thursday set up six teams to check hoarding and black marketing of onions in the national capital.
15 Jul 2015
Chennai: Admitting that Tata Group made a "bunch of mistakes" in the sales and marketing of Nano, iconic business leader Ratan Tata today said branding it as the 'cheapest' rather than most affordable car was the greatest flaw that distanced people from it.
24 Aug 2015
New Delhi: The carnage in the global equities market had its effect on stake sale in the state-run oil refiner-retailer Indian Oil Corporation that was subscribed around 55 percent, four hours after bidding began at 9:15 pm.
28 Mar 2015
Mumbai: Filmmaker Dibakar Banerjee says a new legendary villain will emerge out of his crime drama film 'Detective Byomkesh Bakshy!'.
08 May 2015
Washington: The US tech giant IBM has teamed up with the social networking site Facebook to offer marketers new integrations between the two platforms.
04 May 2015
Greater Noida: Sim Bhullar, the first man of Indian descent to play in NBA, doesn't care if his association to the 'big league' is seen as a marketing gimmick and he only hopes the latest visit to the native country of his parents inspires more youth to play basketball.