Happy Creative Services Bangalore wins amusement park Wonder la's business

Das (1).jpgWonder la, one of India's most famous amusement parks, has recently appointed Bangalore based Happy Creative Services, to lead the creative and digital mandate for the brand.

Wonder la currently has two state-of-the-art facilities in India. One on the outskirts of Bangalore that spans across 82 acres of land and the other which is a 30-acre park in Kochi. Having played host to over 15 million visitors, the brand has ambitious plans of growth in the coming years. While the geographical expansion is planned across the four South Indian states, there are plans to introduce new rides in the current facilities, to give the visitors a truly international experience.

The appointment of Happy, as the creative agency, is in line with the efforts being taken for creating a stronger brand image for Wonder la and a step towards achieving the larger growth plan that the brand has charted out for itself.
Speaking on the association, Praveen Das, Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer of Happy Creative Services (pictured) said, "Usually the brief is to make the brand fun. In this case Wonder la is inherently fun. Arun is a dynamic young leader and together with his marketing team we are looking forward to a thrilling ride."

On the partnership with Happy, Arun Chittilappilly, Managing Director of Wonder la Holidays said, "People already know Wonder la, the amusement park. What we need to do now is establish the brand Wonder la. Happy's young team has captured our confidence. We are certain that their strategy driven creative approach is exactly what will propel Wonder la."

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