Emami reported a near 16 percent decline in its net profit for the quarter ended September 30. NH Bhansali, CEO of the company, spoke to CNBC-TV18 about the results and growth outlook.
"We expect good growth to come in Kesh King because the response is very encouraging from the market," Bhansali said on Wednesday.
“It has been re-launched with 360 degree changes right from communication, marketing to packaging and it is delivering more results than what it was earlier,” he added.
On the growth front, he said, “It’s difficult to put a number but I can say that overall we expect double-digit growth in the second half.”
Talking about the business, Bhansali said advertisement expenditure would remain aligned to the topline growth.