Campaign India Team
Aug 17, 2009

Breaking news: JWT wins SET Max creative account

MAX has appointed the JWT Group as their creative communications partner. The decision follows a competitive pitch by a few selectively invited agencies. JWT will take a handover of duties from the incumbent agency TBWA India immediately.

Breaking news: JWT wins SET Max creative account

MAX has appointed the JWT Group as their creative communications partner. The decision follows a competitive pitch by a few selectively invited agencies. JWT will take a handover of duties from the incumbent agency TBWA India immediately.

Commenting on the development, Sneha Rajani, EVP and business head, MAX, said, "With the ever changing business environment, we at MAX were looking at a new partnership that would clearly give our brand a reassured impetus. We reviewed several options but JWT emerged clearly as the best fit with their past experience in the segment, crisp strategy and creative philosophy. We believe MAX and JWT can together deliver the best brand commitment while commanding consumer loyalty. We look forward to setting new benchmarks in the industry and continue leading with the creative edge that MAX has always enjoyed"

Colvyn Harris, CEO, JWT Group said, “It is a clear testament of passion and teamwork at the JWT Group. The mandate is an end-to-end solution where JWT will partner on the unification platform. This is both exciting and challenging and we look forward to working together to reaffirm the brand’s leadership position.

 

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Campaign India

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