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ITC Among India’s Top Two Buzziest Corporate Brands
10 Mar 2014

ITC has been voted among the top two  “Buzziest Brands” in the “Corporate” category by “afaqs”, one of  the world’s largest marketing and advertising portals.

The Annual Buzziest Brands Awards, now  in its 9th year in India, felicitates those brands that have  managed to create that elusive “buzz in the marketplace”. This year,  over 1,200 people voted for their choice of buzzy brands, following which  an eminent six-member jury submitted their views. The awards were presented  at a ceremony held in New Delhi on February 26, 2014.

ITC is one of India’s most trusted and  valuable corporates. Its world-class brands delight millions of Indian  households. With quality and trust as its trademarks, ITC’s FMCG portfolio  consists of over 50 vibrant brands. ITC’s brands like Aashirvaad, Sunfeast,  Dark Fantasy, Delishus, Bingo!, Yippee!, Candyman, Mint-o and Kitchens  of India in the Branded Foods space, Fiama Di Wills, Vivel and Engage in  Personal Care, Classmate and Paperkraft in Education & Stationery;  Wills Lifestyle and John Players in apparel, Mangaldeep in Agarbattis and  Aim in Matches are popular across the country.

Apart from being the country's leading  FMCG marketer, ITC is the clear market leader in the Indian Paperboard  and Packaging industry, a globally acknowledged pioneer in farmer empowerment  through its ITC e-Choupal initiative, the second largest Hotel Chain in  India and a trailblazer in 'green hoteliering'. Its subsidiary, ITC Infotech,  is one of India's fast-growing IT companies in the mid-tier segment.

ITC's innovative business models and  sustainable value chains have contributed significantly to creating large  scale societal value.  ITC is today the only company in the world  of comparable dimensions that has remained carbon positive for 8 years  in a row, water positive for 11 consecutive years and solid waste recycling  positive for the last 6 years. ITC's businesses and associated value chains  support more than 5 million sustainable livelihoods.