Chimp&z Inc India wins multiple agency pitch for Tata Sky Binge’s digital mandate

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Chimp&z Inc India wins multiple agency pitch for Tata Sky Binge’s digital mandate

Tata Sky Binge has assigned its creative and digital mandate to one of India’s leading digital agency, Chimp&z Inc India. The account was awarded following a multiple agency pitch.


Chimp&z Inc proposed to create a separate entity for Tata Sky Binge on the digital platforms. Keeping it independent from its parent brand Tata Sky, the agency curated a launch plan to take Tata Sky Binge live on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter by creating a social media-specific brand persona and line of communication.

The agency has been further mandated to handle the brand’s content marketing, ORM, influencer outreach programs as well as media planning and buying to ascertain its digital and social media presence.

Anurag Kumar, Chief Communications Officer, Tata Sky, said: “Chimp&z Inc has been handling the social media portfolio of Tata Sky for 4 years now and their ideas and overall clarity about brand positioning has been impressive. Their lateral approach towards brand building for Tata Sky Binge and the concept presented thus convinced us of the partnership. With this shared vision and enthusiasm, we aim to up the game and heighten engagement for Tata Sky Binge.”

Founders of Chimp&z Inc, Lavinn Rajpal (pictured above left) and Angad Singh Manchanda (pictured above right), said: “The universe of entertainment is ever-evolving. A new category of service making its way is the aggregators of multiple OTT players with the aim of being the sole intermediary platform. Tata Sky is a household name in India. We are lucky to have Tata Sky on board and now we can expand to create a 360-degree communication for the digital ecosystem of the brand with Tata Sky Binge. Establishing it as a separate entity from its parent brand on social media platforms was a well-researched strategic move. The content created for Binge will be more young, cool, smart, and witty.”