BharatBenz Onboards Dentsu India As Integrated Communication Partner

Dentsu Creative and dentsu X to handle the brand's creative and media duties

BharatBenz onboarded dentsu India as its integrated communication partner. The network won the account following a multi-agency pitch.

Speaking on the development, Siddharth Kirtane, Associate Vice President, Marketing – Daimler India Commercial Vehicles (DICV) said, “As we step into the second decade of BharatBenz, we looked for a strategic partner who could collaborate and resonate with the ethos of our brand. With dentsu, we found a team that is passionate, enthusiastic and eager to learn the nuances of our business. We look forward to this great partnership that will take the BharatBenz brand to the next level.”

As per the mandate, dentsu India will provide end-to-end communication solutions for BharatBenz. Dentsu Creative will be responsible for developing the brand strategy, creative campaigns, and digital content.

Indrajeet Mookerjee, President, Dentsu Creative said, “We are extremely honoured to win the coveted mandate for BharatBenz - a highly reputed truck and bus brand from Daimler India Commercial Vehicles. In the last 10 years of BharatBenz’s journey in the Indian market, it has clearly carved its position and achieved superiority in heavy-duty truck segments. We are looking forward to partnering with the brand in its next phase of growth.”

Dentsu X will spearhead the media planning and buying of digital and traditional media for the brand.

Jose Leon, Chief Executive Officer, Dentsu X commented, “It is an honour to partner with BharatBenz, a brand that stands for quality, reliability, and efficiency in the Indian commercial vehicle industry. We are confident that our integrated approach and data-driven solutions will help the brand achieve its business objectives and make BharatBenz customers even more successful. This collaboration marks the beginning of an exciting journey, and we look forward to contributing to the continued success of BharatBenz.”

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