Campaign India Team
Apr 15, 2010

HCL Technologies appoints Wieden+Kennedy

HCL Technologies has engaged Wieden+Kennedy (W+K) Delhi to work on a global brand strategy project. The first phase of the assignment starts immediately.

HCL Technologies appoints Wieden+Kennedy

HCL Technologies has engaged Wieden+Kennedy (W+K) Delhi to work on a global brand strategy project. The first phase of the assignment starts immediately.

Krishnan Chatterjee, corporate marketing vice president, HCL Technologies, said, "Our engagement with Wieden+Kennedy, Delhi is actually not new.  We have been closely associated with its founders and team since 2005 on various other strategic marketing projects. Their fresh thinking, engaging operating style and cutting edge creativity are real assets to a partner like us. We believe we will receive a lot of value from this team yet again."

Wieden+Kennedy Delhi was recently appointed by the Park Hotels for overall brand development and the launch several new properties.

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