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Jan 07, 2016
India will always be Incredible whether I’m brand ambassador or not: Aamir as Big B replaces himA day after Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan's contract as the brand ambassador for Incredible India expired, media went on a speculative spree on who could replace him.
Jan 07, 2016
The criticism of the termination of Aamir Khan's contract speaks of intoleranceWhat are the facts of the case? Aamir Khan had been a brand ambassador for Incredible India; the agency that was awarded the contract was McCann; the contract ended.
Dec 27, 2013
Incredible India launches short film contest for travelersIncredible India presents Pixel13, a short-film contest to promote Indian tourism
Sep 04, 2013
From camel races to breathtaking vistas: Check out the stunning Incredible India campaignThe Incredible India campaigns have done an excellent job of presenting India to the outside world. They showcased the length and breadth of the country through eloquent pictures that evoked wonder and curiosity about the country.
It is now time to take the 'Incredible India' brand forward. The Ministry of Tourism, briefed Ogilvy & Mather to delve a little deeper into what made India truly incredible for the new campaign.
After conversations with travellers from around the world, and an extensive study of travel blogs, the Ogilvy team identified several different kinds of travellers - some want adventure and romance, others are keen to explore the culture and learn its history, and some want to travel her to soak in India's offering of peace and tranquility. India has a fitting offering for every kind of traveller.
Discussions between the agency and client led to the articulation of the idea: 'Find what you seek.'
It was based on the insight that India can be what any traveller wants it to be. The campaign (a total of nearly thirty pieces includes press and outdoor advertising) covers a range of experiences in India through the eyes of the tourist.