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This case study shows how PureIt, a water purifier brand, developed a social education campaign to inform the public about the importance of clean drinking water in Bangladesh.

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This research by Ogilvy and Mather investigates the opportunities and challenges for brands in 12 developing markets.

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This case study describes how Grameenphone, the market leader for mobile phone subscribers in Bangladesh, launched and communicated their new brand philosophy of 'Go beyond'.

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This case study describes how MAMA instant noodles took on the leader in the Bangladeshi market by targeting adult consumers for a product typically eaten by children.

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The case study describes how SMC marketed its Joya sanitary napkin in Bangladesh, where the topic of feminine hygiene was a religious and cultural taboo.

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This case study describes how a challenger roti bread brand in Bangladesh, Fresh Atta, changed the conversation from product quality to health benefits in order to try to increase their share of a saturated marketplace.

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This case study describes how Grameenphone, the leading telecom network in Bangladesh, along with renowned NGOs, Jago and Agni, launched the 'Grameenphone Online School', in order to educate people in rural and remote areas of the country.

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This case study describes how Boost created new terminology both to promote its brand within the health food drink (HFD) category, and to not cannibalise the market share of other GlaxoSmithKline Bangladesh HFD products.

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This case study describes how the telecommunications company Grameenphone promoted increased internet use in Bangladesh through their 'Internet for All' campaign.

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This case study describes how PepsiCo broke through the clutter of modern Diwali in India and used an online medium to encourage people to make real connections offline.

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This case study shows how the mobile financial services brand, UCash, broke into the crowded Bangladeshi market by targeting migrant workers with a campaign focused around the safety and security of their money.

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This case study shows how the International Cricket Council (ICC), the international body for cricket, changed the mood of Bangladeshi audiences from worrying to celebration by using music and dance.

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This case study describes how Prothom Alo, the leading Bangla newspaper, increased its circulation and regained its positioning of being a 'loved' brand in Bangladesh.

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This case study describes how Grameenphone – the leading telecommunication service provider in Bangladesh – associated itself with the 2015 Cricket World Cup in order to create a positive brand image.

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This case study describes how the Ministry of Power, Energy and Mineral Resources communicated with the urban population of Bangladesh to reduce the wasting of key resources.

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This case study shows how Diploma Full Cream Milk Powder used a consumer promotion referencing a major social issue to create a more positive brand image.

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This case study describes how Prothom Alo, the leading newspaper in Bangladesh, differentiated itself from the competition and increased its circulation by 30% during the FIFA World Cup 2014.

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This case study describes the process by which Glaxose D, a 99.6% glucose powder brand from GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare Bangladesh Ltd, was introduced into the Bangladesh market as the sole glucose-only brand.

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This case study describes how the Bangla newspaper Prothom Alo recognised that because people were so keen to teach their children English, the indigenous language of Bangla was in danger of losing its importance.

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This case study describes how Atom Gum, a chewing gum brand, successfully increased its share of the Bangladeshi market.

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DHAKA: Bangladesh may not be top of mind for brands seeking expansion, but a new study from Boston Consulting Group (BCG) predicts that the country is one of the world's next great growth markets for discretionary consumption.

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This case study discusses a campaign from the Bangladeshi government that tackled the problem of public urination by encouraging behavioural change.

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This case study describes how major Bangladeshi mobile telecommunications company Robi Axiata found a way to inspire national unity through the creation of the world's largest human flag, leading to an increase in sales.

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KARACHI/DHAKA: Unilever, the FMCG multinational, regards Pakistan and Bangladesh as emerging markets with high potential for long-term growth, the company's CEO has stated.

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This case study describes how Bangladeshi telecommunications company Robi Axiata promoted national unity as well as sales by creating a world-record human flag.