Campaign India Team
May 31, 2018

Continental Coffee assigns media mandate to Madison

Account won post a multi-agency pitch

Continental Coffee assigns media mandate to Madison
Madison Media has announced that it has bagged the media duties for Continental Coffee.
 
The agency won the account post a multi-agency pitch.
 
Praveen Jaipuriar,CEO, Continental Coffee, said, “We are in an exciting phase right now where a lot of work is happening around building the brand. We are confident that the collaboration with Madison would help the brand grow to the next level.”
 
Vikram Sakhuja, group CEO, Media and OOH, Madison, said, “We are extremely pleased and proud to be appointed as the Media AOR for Continental Coffee. This is a category with very few truly large players and the opportunity to help create a strong and loved brand with Continental is an exciting one”.
 
Dinesh Rathod, COO, Madison Media Omega, added, “We are delighted to be associated with Continental Coffee at this stage of the brand’s evolution. Consumers today are seeking international quality and premium experiences in the category and Continental Coffee is uniquely poised to deliver those with decades of experience in creating the perfect blends. We look forward to exciting work on the account and partnering the brand on its growth journey.”
 
Continental Coffee was founded in the year 1994. The company has an Export Oriented Unit (EOU) with the right to import green coffee from any part of the world and export processed coffee across the globe, devoid of any duties. 
 
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Campaign India

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