Life 2.0 will spur new areas of growth

People have changed. Life has been recalibrated. What does this mean for brands?

Wavemaker India’s Chief Growth Officer, Kishan Kumar, discusses how new behaviours, priorities and emotions present brands with new opportunities to connect with their consumers, triggering greater levels of disruption and new areas of growth.

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09 December 2021

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