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'TONI&GUY Sets The Benchmark For Other Salons'

Sonali Bhambri, director of TONI&GUY’s North India master franchisee, talks about the brand, its pipeline and its definitive focus on education, branding and products.

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'Champions Tennis League To Focus On Popularising The Game For Now. Economies Come Later'

In an interview with BW|Businessworld, Vijay Amritraj talks about developing quality single players, economies attached with running the league and more

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Shared Value As A Concept Is Very Relevant For India, Says Mark Kramer

Mark Kramer, Co-founder and Managing Director of consulting firm FSG, talks about how the Shared Value concept can be relevant for India

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Paris Attacks Hit Luxury Brands In Europe: Giani, COO Of Missoni

The horrific Paris terror attacks have affected several businesses including the luxury fashion houses, said Emilo Carbonera Giani, Chief Operating Officer, Missoni, an Italian luxury clothing brand

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‘I Will Create A Tech Team In India’

Oneplus, the Shenzhen-based consumer electronics company, has drawn rave reviews for its first product, OnePlus One. Founders Pete Lau and Carl Pei remain in the background while their smartphone is gaining popularity globally. Lau, the CEO, was in India recently to ink an agreement with the Andhra Pradesh government to manufacture OnePlus devices locally.

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‘India Is Going To Stay At The Top Of Our List’

Tim Andree, executive vice-president and board member of Dentsu Inc. and executive chairman of Dentsu Aegis, says Dentsu Aegis Network is in the business of ideas and creativity only.

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‘I Am Very Bullish On India’

In a conversation with BW Businessworld’s Noor Fathima Warsia, Yannick Bolloré, chairman and CEO of Havas, says the mandate to run a holding company also meant an opportunity to do things differently.

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‘We See Growth Options In Digital And Social Media’

Wren divulges that India performed “very well” in the low double-digits, keeping the holding company “very optimistic” in a year, that Omnicom otherwise views as a year of cautious optimism.

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‘Clients Are Looking For Integration’

Sorrell says the advertising buisness is evolving and that around 75 per cent of WPP revenues are coming from streams that “Don Draper would not recognise”, implying the shift from traditional advertising to new forms.

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‘We Expect To See Good Growth Continue’

Publicis Groupe chairman & CEO Maurice Lévy points out that in the past two years the number of smartphones has gone up from less than 20 million to nearly 200 million, poised to double again in 2016. India, which is the second-largest market in usage for all the big platforms such as Facebook, is young and connected.

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‘India Is A Key Driver Of Growth’

Michael Roth, chairman and CEO, Interpublic Group (IPG), says India plays an important role in the company’s growth journey and it continues to be a top investment market. IPG’s business in the Asia-Pacific increased over seven per cent organically, and was high-lighted by its continuing strong trend in both India and China.

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Bringing A Bit of French Heritage To Indian Kitchens

"Flame" coloured Dutch-ovens have long occupied a prized space in the kitchens of the fabulously wealthy and in high-end cookhouses, courtesy Le Creuset. With humble beginnings in Fresnoy-le-Grand in northern France, the brand's discernable cast iron kitchenware has become legendary and its fame shows no sign of slowing down. This year, the French heritage cookware brand celebrates its 90th anniversary. BW Businessworld's Simar Singh caught up with Le Creuset's India and SAARC head Ankur Damani to talk about the iconic brand and the space it is making in the cabinets of Indian customers.

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"It's An Edutainment Platform Based On The Theme Of Functioning City"

Viraj Jit Singh, Chief Marketing Officer of KidZania India talks about the second global indoor theme park, investment, partnerships and marketing strategies

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Coursera Targets Non-English Speaking People With Poor Internet Connectivity

In a bustling coffee shop, Kabir Chadha, Coursera’s India Country Manager, a man with a mission, lays the online open learning company’s ambition for the country. “The ultimate goal is for a non-English speaking person with poor internet connectivity, accessing the site through a mobile phone, living in a tier-III city being able to get on Coursera,” he says.

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‘There Is No E-commerce Bubble’

Rohit Bansal, co-founder, Snapdeal, talks to BW Businessworld’s Sonal Khetarpal on why “me-too” business models are just fine and why they aren’t obsessed with the company’s valuation. Excerpts.

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