Pepsico

Pepsi Seals Insta Deal With Lockdown Hero Sonu Sood

June 5, 2020

PepsiCo has signed Sonu Sood for its latest Instagram campaign in India to spread the message…

PepsiCo Banks On TikTok In Asia-Pacific's Marketing Arsenal

March 20, 2020

Following a partnership with adtech platform The Trade Desk, PepsiCo is poised to launch campaigns across…

PepsiCo Boosts Influencer Marketing Investment

February 8, 2020

PepsiCo is set to increase its spend on influencer marketing as it seeks to connect with…
Pepsico

What Does The PepsiCo Spending Hike Mean In Asia’s Sponsorship Market?

February 20, 2018

PepsiCo has revealed it would increase marketing spends behind its big brands such as Pepsi, Gatorade and Mountain Dew, according to its Vice Chairman.
India ESports

Brands Can Tap First-Mover Advantage In India’s Esports Industry

October 27, 2017

eSports is set to join India’s sport and entertainment calendar in early 2018 with the launch of a new IPL-styled venture from media mogul Ronnie Screwvala.

PepsiCo Looks For Better Value With KOLs In India’s Sponsorship Market

October 26, 2017

PepsiCo India recently parted ways with Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli and will look towards KOLs for brand endorsements instead of opting for 'traditional' celebrities.

Chinese FMCG Brands Reign Supreme On Home Turf

June 21, 2017

China's urban FMCG market grew 3% to about US$190bn in 2016 and Chinese brands were the main beneficiaries as they captured greater market share at the expense of…

Michelin Starred Chef Hypes Up Quaker In India

April 19, 2016

Michelin starred, celebrity chef Vikas Khanna is set to endorse PepsiCo’s health and nutrition brand Quaker in India.

PepsiCo Pulls A Cricketing 180 In India

February 22, 2016

A mere four months after cutting short its Indian Premier League (IPL) title sponsorship due to match-fixing scandals, PepsiCo is slated to return to a blockbuster cricketing partnership…

Chinese Smartphone Backs IPL to Gain Indian Mindshare

October 19, 2015

Chinese smartphone maker Vivo replaces beverage giant PepsiCo as the new title sponsor of the Indian Premier League for the next two years, according to Indian media reports.