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Interbrand India celebrates 5-year anniversary with top 5 branding assignments in its portfolio


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Interbrand Global Head of Design Borja Borrero, Interbrand India Head Ashish Mishra and Interbrand Sri Lanka Director Anusha David with the Interbrand India team
 

Interbrand India Senior Client Director Ameya Kapnadak, Pravesh Saha of ITC, Interbrand 

Sri Lanka Director Anusha David and Interbrand India Head of Experience Design Utpal Barve

Interbrand, the world’s largest and most influential brand consultancy, has marked its five-year anniversary in India with a series of crucial partnerships to secure its status as the country’s top brand consultancy. 

Interbrand India 

Head Ashish Mishra
 
EMEA and LatAm Chief Creative Officer Borja Borrero



Ashish Mishra, Head of Interbrand’s India office based in Mumbai, said: “Interbrand India is one of the youngest offices in the global network but the fastest growing. We have the top five branding assignments of the decade with Godrej Group, Mahindra Global, Reliance JIO, Infosys and Britannia Industries. In half a decade, we have built relationships with a third of the country’s 40 most valuable brands including Bajaj Auto, Dr Reddy’s, JSW and Ashok Leyland.”

Commenting on the India office’s exemplary growth, Interbrand CEO EMEA and LatAm and Global Growth Officer Gonzalo Brujo said: “We are delighted that the world’s leading brand consultancy is now also leading India. We recognise the growth potential of the market and are increasingly supporting the local team with global resources. Our Chief Creative Director for EMEA and LatAm Borja Borrero has already taken charge of Interbrand India’s creative function.” 

Interbrand India’s combination of rigorous strategy, analytics and world-class design enables it to assist clients in creating and managing brand value effectively, across all touch-points. The Mumbai office also works across a range of the network’s global relationships, including Samsung, Renault and GSK. 

In 2015, the global giant entered the Sri Lankan market, launching its inaugural Best Sri Lankan Brands report in December 2018. Interbrand Sri Lanka office Director Anusha David and Chief Creative Director EMEA and LatAm Borja Borrero attended the recent anniversary celebrations held in Mumbai.


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