Campaign India Team
Jul 04, 2022

Beyond Water assigns digital mandate to Social Beat

Account won without a multi-agency pitch

Beyond Water assigns digital mandate to Social Beat
Beyond Water has appointed Social Beat to handle its digital mandate. 
 
The agency bagged the account post a referral, and its Bengaluru office will handle it. Social Beat's mandate is to create a content strategy and a digital presence for the D2C brand. 
 
Devang Singhania, founder, BeyondWater, said, “We have recently partnered with Social Beat to achieve our marketing goals, and I can already say that their team is extremely organised and data-driven. The calculated scope laid out by them for the next 12 months looks encouraging and optimistic.”
 
Vikas Chawla, co-founder, Social Beat, said, “Beyond Water is an exciting brand with a range of products offering hydration solutions. After the success at Shark Tank, we are thrilled to partner with them to build the brand and create a new segment. With our deep experience in scaling D2C brands, we look forward to leveraging our creative and digital capabilities to meet their objectives.”
 
 
 
 
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Campaign India

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