HumourMay 27, 2019

Talking to your funders through Indian ads

Don't have a communications team to help you with funder relations? Not to worry, these ads will ensure that you have the right answer for any question that comes your way.
2019-05-27 00:00:00 India Development Review Talking to your funders through Indian ads
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1. “I’m sorry but can we re-schedule our meeting, (again)?”

 

Indian Ads - Maggi

2. “What struggles have you faced when engaging government functionaries?”

Indian Ads - Fevicol

 

3. “Can you layer an education component on your health intervention?”

Indian Ads - Flipkart

4. “Why are your institutional costs so high?”

Indian Ads - Loreal

5. “How do you feel about your second line of leadership?”

Indian Ads - Taata Indicom

6. “How is your partnership with my CSR head going?”

Indian Ads - Vodafone

7. “Can you reduce your overheads to 9%?”

Indian Ads - One Plus

8. “How did our last grant support the achievement of your organisation’s mission?”

Indian Ads - Complan

 

9. “How will our next grant support the achievement of your organisation’s mission?”

Indian Ads - Parachute

 

10. “Have you started thinking about who your successor could be?”

Indian Ads - LIC Life Insurance

 

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