Nov 04, 2015

Twitter's first emoji from a non-U.S. brand is the Indian government's #MakeInIndia campaign | VentureBeat | Social | by Michael de Waal-Montgomery

The Indian government's #MakeInIndia campaign, aimed at promoting India as "a great place for foreign direct investment to transform the country into a global manufacturing hub," has become the first non-U.S. brand to launch its own Twitter emoji, the social network said Tuesday.

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