Hamam – Tejaswi Roop

This brand was launched in India in 1934. Hamam is for the ‘Aspiring’ or mid-segment. This HUL soap is positioned as ‘caring, protection-for-the-family’ or ‘complete natural family’ soap. While Liril tends to be ‘trendy’ Hamam is ‘Traditional’. The ads of this soap used to show traditional family members – mostly mother and child in a natural setting and used the emotional appeal of ‘Trust’ as the mother explained to the child as Hamam to be synonymous with trust.

Of late though the characters and settings remain almost same but the appeal shifts to ‘Roop’ or ‘Beauty’ from ‘Trust’. That is why one of the latest Hamam TV ad says: ‘Hamam, Tejaswi Roop’ i.e. ‘Hamam, Glowing Skin’.

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Dr. Angshu is the founder and owner of TNMG: The Next Marketing Guru. He is a PhD and MBA in Marketing from XLRI Jamshedpur. Currently he is leading large scale marketing, research & analytics projects as part of Strategy & Insights team at Star India, India’s no. 1 Media & Entertainment company. In his last job, he was heading Consumer Insights function for Spice Group. Earlier he has worked for Wipro Technologies and managed IT projects for marketing division of a Fortune 100 company. Dr. Angshu is a Visiting Professor at XLRI and IMT Ghaziabad. He has published multiple research papers on marketing, social media and luxury consumption. Recently he has published a book titled “Influence 2.0: How Social Media WOM Influences You" published by reputed international publishing house Lambert Publishing. Other than work and academics, he is a social media addict, big foodie and amateur pianist. You can contact him by: Gmail | Facebook | LinkedIn

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