Campaign India Team
Sep 28, 2012

Aegis Media’s Vizeum bags OML Entertainment

The youth-focused media company's account will be handled by Vizeum's Mumbai office

Aegis Media’s Vizeum bags OML Entertainment

Vizeum today announced their appointment as the media AoR for OML Entertainment, a music, live events and youth media company. Only Much Louder (OML) focuses on reaching the youth through entertainment properties including music festivals, television and web-based content.

Vijay Nair, CEO, OML Entertainment, said, "One of our key goals is to effectively disseminate communication about our properties to our target audiences. We don’t believe in advertising for the sake of advertising and our partnership with

Vizeum is aimed at designing and deploying communication through clutter-breaking, high impact formats.”

S Yesudas, managing director – Indian subcontinent, Vizeum, said, “We have been investing our energies and resources behind turning our clients as our ambassadors by delivering tangible contributions to their business growth. And it gives immense satisfaction to know that it is paying back for us in terms of our clients referring us to others. This is another referral business. We sincerely thank the OML management for their faith in us. I take this opportunity to welcome the client into the Vizeum family."

The business will be handled by Vizeum's Mumbai office.

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