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“India's gold retailers jump on the 'brandwagon' gold, are increasingly opting for branded jewellery, attracting franchisers and foreign groups like Cartier at”
“brandwagon" by investing in advertising and trying to build a presence in the minds of consumers.”
“If Shycast can provide inspiring contest ideas and rope in the corporate $$$, I can imagine all the YouTube Spielberg (or McG) wannabees jumping on the Shycast brandwagon.”
“Besides, central sponsors such as DLF, Hero Honda, Pepsi, Citi, Vodafone, Kingfisher have joined the IPL brandwagon for varying periods at around Rs 135 crore a year, says the report.”
“Delhi: After Tata Motors and Ashok Leyland, Mahindra Navistar Automotive Ltd (MNAL) has joined the new-age trucks brandwagon with its 16-49 tonne medium and heavy commercial”
“The retail brandwagon is ready to trundle back into town, after a downturn-induced pause, with the debut of Mango and DKNY driving the Rs 50-crore annexe of Forum.”
“Bangalore: The IT brandwagon might have provided Karnataka with the much needed industrial mileage, but the industry has also been a key player for ...”
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