As ad agencies struggle to find enough housing to meet demand in a shrinking market, a local advertising company is taking the issue into its own hands.
The advertisement company has been launching advertisements for the brand Coca-Cola India in the city of Bangalore since last year.
The company has launched ads for a variety of brands in the past, including PepsiCo, T-Mobile, and Lidl.
The company’s ads have been shown in some of the city’s largest malls, but the ads have received relatively few clicks.
“We were getting a lot of attention from people who had come to Bangalore for their wedding or wedding party,” said Akshay Jain, head of advertising at the ad agency.
“They were excited about the event and wanted to advertise their company there.
The ads we were doing didn’t even reach their target audience.”
But the company’s advertising is not the only concern.
Bangalore has the second-highest number of ad spaces in the country, according to a report by advertising analytics firm PwC.
The city has also seen a steep rise in the number of companies trying to gain market share.
The city has been growing rapidly since the early 2000s, and its population has continued to swell, growing by 1.4 million people in 2017.
The country’s GDP grew by 8.7 percent in the same period.
But there are concerns that the growth has slowed down, and that there is an oversupply of housing and that this is creating an opportunity for some unscrupulous developers to build bigger, more expensive homes.
According to the report, the number, or density, of housing available in the Bangalore area has fallen in recent years.
The report found that the number is only 12.2 percent, which is below the national average.
The report also found that a large portion of the housing in the area is occupied by people over 55 years old.
“In some places the density of housing is not even adequate for the population.
The building of a house has to be more than 60 units, but these are not available for the average house in the market,” said Jain.
The advertising agency has launched a campaign in which it has put advertisements in front of the local government office and other public spaces to highlight the issues of the under-utilization of housing in Bangalore.
“There are some people who have bought properties and have built them in the middle of the night.
They have done this without checking the legality of the building,” said Anupama, an assistant director of the advertising agency.
She added that she and other employees have also gone door-to-door in the region, asking people about the issue.
The agency is also launching an initiative to provide free housing for those who are unable to afford to buy a home.
The advertisements are being seen as a way of addressing the housing shortage, said the agency’s executive director, Prakash Natarajan.
“The issue is that we have been doing a lot more advertising and are getting less attention, which has caused the real estate market to deteriorate,” Natarjani said.
“This has created an opportunity.
The more we advertise, the more people we can reach,” he added.