Campaign India Team
Oct 11, 2013

Brand-comm announces PR, digital wins in Bengaluru, Chennai and Mumbai

Bags PR duties of Go GreenBOV, SureWaves, Biocon, The Indus Entrepreneurs, Raintree Hotels and, among others, in August and September

Brand-comm announces PR, digital wins in Bengaluru, Chennai and Mumbai
Brand-comm has announced account wins in the months of August and September 2013. The agency handled the digital mandate for the Bangalore Literature Festival (September). Also in Bengaluru, it has bagged the PR mandate for electric vehicle manufacturer Go GreenBOV, The Indus Entrepreneurs (TiE), geo-targeted cable TV advertising company SureWaves, online store for superhero and comic character merchandise, and the mandate to increase awareness on cancer for biotech major Biocon.
The agency’s Chennai office has bagged the PR mandate of Raintree Hotels, Navin Housing and Properties and UniverCell.
In Mumbai, the agency will handle PR for quick service (Italian) restaurant chain Pronto, besides increasing its scope of work on existing client Mahyco to cover its BT Cotton division.
On the new client wins, Ramanujam Sridhar, founder and CEO, brand-comm, said, “It is indeed an effort to sign on new business during tough days, and we are extremely delighted to have on board new brands from across sectors. Some of our brands also happen to be unique start-ups, which we are certain will benefit from our brand building expertise. Our approach towards our clients is holistic, and we ensure the brands are conversing with their stakeholders in all our engagements.”
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