Who is the CEO of Asian Paints Limited?

Speaking about the new Ultima Protek ad, Amit Syngle, MD & CEO, Asian Paints Limited said, “Consumers are looking for solutions to keep their homes beautiful forever and todays homes are challenged by the vagaries of weather, right from heavy rains to extreme sun and the new age problems of dust.

Who is the Matchmaker in Asian Paints AD?

This ad features the versatile Ranbir Kapoor in a never-seen-before avatar, as a matchmaker, trying to find the right groom for a NRI girl travelling through a town that takes lamination to the next level and how their search ends at the perfect house.

What kind of technology does Asian Paints use?

Over the years, Asian Paints has pioneered technology led innovations through its product offerings to bring to consumers nothing but the best. Lamination Guard technology in Ultima Protek is designed to laminate their homes and protect its beauty for years to come.

Why are Asian Paints important to the consumer?

Asian Paints hence strives to be a part of the consumer journey in not just building their homes but also making sure they look beautiful for years together.

What are the financial ratios of Asian Paints?

Asian Paints’ Financial Ratios 1. Profitability Ratios. Asian Paints has EBITA Margin of 17.83%, which is constantly rising from the last few years and it is the highest among its peers. The recent rise from 16.99% in FY 19 to 17.83% in FY20 is mainly due to falling crude prices.

Who was the advertising agency for Asian Paints?

Ogilvy & Mather, the advertising agency associated with Asian Paints, launched marketing strategy by focusing on festive occasions in 1980s with their tag line “Har Ghar Kucch Kehta Hai” (Every home says something).

What kind of paint does Asian Paints use?

Keeping this in mind, Asian Paints has launched a pocket-friendly paint that offers rich looking finish at an affordable price – Tractor Sparc Emulsion for interior walls. Consumers looking to redecorate their homes often settle for paint with either distemper or local emulsion as they fall within their budget.

How many shares are there in Asian Paints India?

As per the scheme of arrangement, one equity share of Rs 10 each of ALL was allotted without payment in cash to the shareholders of Asian Paints (India) Ltd., for every 13 equity shares held by them in the company, i.e., Asian Paints (India) Ltd.

Who are the owners of Asian Paints South Pacific?

– Asian Paints (South Pacific) Ltd., in Fiji and Asian Paints (Tonga) Ltd., are two joint venture set up abroad with the Company supplying the necessary know-how. Both these are the Company’s subsidiaries and the equity participation by the Company amounted to 51% in the former and 25% in the latter as at 31st December.