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Sleepy Owl: The marketing strategy that caffeinated the nation.

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Sleepy Owl is a homegrown Indian coffee brand, on a mission to brew coffee that continues to taste heavenly in every sip. Three friends set their hearts out to offer authentic, high-quality coffee to the coffee lovers in India- where the coffee conversation ended at Bru vs Nescafe.

Sleepy Owl, from the word go, marketed itself as a gourmet coffee product that is accessible to everyone.

With high-quality and freshly roasted coffee, it set out to be the one-stop ideal coffee that would be easy to get, store and drink- anytime, anywhere. But why enter an industry that didn’t seem to have any space for something new?

Medpho’s smart pill to heal India’s healthcare sector: The story of Medpho

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Telemedicine has existed in some form or the other for several decades now. Yet, despite the digital transformation in the healthcare industry, most consumers have opted to consult their doctors in person. And then came COVID-19, which had an irrevocable impact on the healthcare system. The concept of telemedicine and teleconsultation began to be embraced with openness and speed. Innovative telemedicine companies stepped up to meet the rising demand from patients for medical services.

Take the case of Noida-based Medpho. They managed to provide 10,000+ tele-consultations, 8,800+ medicine delivery orders, and 500+ outpatient services monthly within 6 months from inception in October 2020

Brand Positioning! Have you ever thought about it?

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The Axe Effect.

Gillette: The best a man can get.

Old Spice- The mark of a man.

Nike- Just do it.

Amul- The taste of India

Each time you hear these brands being called out, you associate it with a promise it has made to you. A promise that is so distinct and so deeply entrenched that Wilkinson can never quite convince you that its blade and shaving systems are the best you can have.

A Reebok has forever been chasing Nike.

An Axe stands out for its audacious claim of how it makes women behave when they smell the fragrance.

So how did these brands get there? How did they get so intimately attached to their consumers that they build a lifelong association.

Making a Difference, One Cup of Tea at a Time: The Growth Journey of Vahdam Teas

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Other than being a tea-loving country, India is also one of the largest producers of regal quality tea after China. Assam, the North-eastern state of India and the biggest tea-growing region, can be credited for driving India to attain the world’s top-most position for decades together. In fact, the market size of tea amounts to about USD 15,988 mn as of 2022.

Several local and international brands made their way into this highly competitive and conventional industry, without much success.

Vahdam Teas, a brainchild of Bala Sarda, is one that made a mark.

The 29-year-old fourth-generation entrepreneur and tea pioneer is the first to establish the country’s largest digitally-native, global wellness brand by making the finest teas and superfoods available to consumers in over 104 countries.

EdTech Industry’s Extraordinary Story of ‘Extramarks’

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Albeit slowly, the education sector is making headway with the advent of technology. From distance learning to online classes and guides, India’s EdTech industry has a variety of offerings for one and all. The long-established roadblocks in the education sector are fading away – thanks to the easy access to information and knowledge brought about by the internet along with EdTech programs and applications! Interestingly, the EdTech industry is at a point of inflection, with venture capitalists pouring funds and brands thriving remarkably well. Among others, Extramarks has demonstrated exemplary growth.