Dove and Ogilvy India shatter stereotypes around beautiful hair by celebrating women who dared to break norms
Through the story of an aspiring boxer, Pond's encourages women to follow their dreams
With its Soap with a Lump initiative, Lux stresses on the importance of self-examination and early detection of breast cancer
With acquisition of GSK Consumer Healthcare, HUL becomes the largest foods company in India. But will the expensive bet pay off?
HUL snaps up Adityaa Milk to strengthen its position in the fast growing ice-cream and frozen dessert market
How Jyothy Laboratories sparked growth in brands bought from German consumer giant Henkel
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Kent RO has managed to create a niche in the water purifier market, but can it get to the next level of growth?
Quantum Consumer Solutions’ Meena Kaushik defied cynics to not only elevate her discipline but also emerge as an astute entrepreneur
Can investors make the most of ITC's valuation discount?
How Vini Cosmetics managed to beat multinationals at their own game with Fogg
Synthite has emerged as the country’s largest exporter of value-added spices
Jessie Paul describes the semiotics of branding with interesting examples from 'Signs, Symbols & Marketing Effectiveness'
A niche player in the rigid plastic packaging space and attractive valuation make Mold-Tek an interesting small-cap bet
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Secret Diary of Suresh Narayanan Part-2
Secret Diary of Suresh Narayanan Part-3
Secret Diary of D Shivakumar Part-1
Secret Diary of D Shivakumar Part-3
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The IIFL Holdings founders discovered their passion for stocks over numerous cups of chai and vada pav
Nirma’s celebrity advertising strategy may lift its perception for now, but can the brand truly transition to the next level?
Homegrown FMCG brands and MNCs are hitching their wagon to the herbal trend
Erode has staved off the downturn by building regional brands and adhering to price discipline
How Heinz squandered away an opportunity to break into the Indian market despite its several marquee brands
Slow growth and high valuations seem to be making investors wary of FMCG stocks