Pixelfox wins the Creative Mandate for Conrad Bengaluru

Conrad Bengaluru Pixelfox

Conrad Bengaluru appointed Pixelfox as the creative agency for its communication on digital and social media platforms.

Conrad Bengaluru has appointed Pixelfox as the creative agency for its communication on digital and social media platforms. Pixelfox has also been assigned a standard, quarterly planned creative photoshoot for South India’s tallest hotel.

Belonging to the luxury group – Hilton, Conrad Bengaluru aims to present their core belief of “providing an excellent experience to the guests” unequivocally to its social media audience.

“Pixelfox knows and understands well the values that Conrad Bengaluru holds close. We are not just informing the audience about the luxury we provide but are also giving them an insight into the affirmation that the experience is designed for an unparalleled level of comfort and joy. Pixelfox is devoted to helping us share the message effortlessly in a creatively unique manner, which is exactly what we’re looking for.”, says Srijan Vadhera, General Manager of Conrad Bengaluru.

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Krutika Vernekar, the co-founder of Pixelfox remarks, “We wanted Conrad to have a voice of its own. We have created a calm yet inviting persona to it, which makes the audience connect naturally. Through our social media, the audience receives the opportunity of being present in the halls of Conrad Bengaluru, virtually. They form a picture in their head about their staycations or weekend brunches and that’s why they take action… to see that picture come alive.”

“Our foxes are always looking for ways to enhance the brand’s communication. We’re focusing on the brand’s reach of course, but our plan is also focused on how to make the space a lot more engaging for the audience. We want them to know what Conrad Bengaluru truly is, and the essence is present in each little caption, each fleeting Instagram story and a lot many times, on the entire feed as well.”, adds Amit Damani, co-founder of Pixelfox.


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