India’s ad industry is booming, as global advertisers flock to its burgeoning market and advertisers continue to spend billions of dollars in the country.

But some Indian companies are finding ways to fight the trend, with some taking steps to fight against it.

The country’s advertising industry, which has grown to be worth $2.3 trillion, is the largest in the world and one of the fastest growing.

The industry is growing in part because of a massive influx of new advertisers and a boom in smartphone use.

The country’s largest ad agency, India-based JWT, in December announced a new campaign to fight back against the boom in ad spending.

The agency said the campaign was to be seen as a “warning to companies that are spending billions in advertising.”JWT said it would “not only target the big names but also target smaller and medium-sized companies who have become targets of the ad spending spree” and offer them a “fierce response.”

“We have seen this ad spending boom in India for a while and we have seen that there is a need to fight this trend by taking creative measures to protect our brands from the onslaught of the new and growing ad industry,” said Amit Jain, head of ad at JWT.

Advertising spending in India grew 15.3% in 2017 to $2,664 billion, according to data from Euromonitor International.

The top four ad agencies in India accounted for 55.5% of that growth, followed by WPP, whose revenues in 2017 amounted to $1.7 trillion.

India’s biggest advertisers, including Bajaj Adhikari, WPP and Wipro, were responsible for nearly all of the growth.

Wipo and Adhiele were among the five ad agencies to have revenues above $1 billion in 2017.

The ad agency said it was also launching a campaign to combat the spread of malicious software, known as adware.

The campaign will be seen by advertisers as a warning to companies who are spending millions in advertising.

“We will have a campaign which we have created and it will be available to advertisers,” said Bajaji.

“It will be a clear, transparent and honest way of saying, ‘Please don’t do this, this is harmful,'” he said.

The campaign, called “Adware is bad, stop spending,” will focus on brands that have been targeted by adware, which can take advantage of users’ weak passwords, to steal sensitive information from their computers.

“We are working hard to educate people on how to detect and take action against adware,” said Shashank Chahal, vice president and head of global media and digital advertising at Wiprona.

The agency said that it would use the campaign to remind companies to take action to protect their brands from malware and adware threats.

It will also use social media to share its findings and warn people of the dangers of adware and other malware.

“Advertising is not an industry where you are able to run your own campaigns,” said Jain.

“You have to rely on other channels.”

Jain said the ad agency has also set up a new group to tackle the issue of fake and misleading advertisements.

“The biggest challenge is finding the right balance between the good quality content that will help advertisers find the best advertisement and the bad content that we are dealing with,” he said, noting that the group will work with digital platforms like WhatsApp to help brands identify malicious ads.