Campaign India Team
Jan 12, 2021

Dentsu launches Bharat by WATConsult

Aims to be a solution for multilingual digital marketing needs

Dentsu launches Bharat by WATConsult
WATConsult has launched ‘Bharat by WATConsult’, a solution for all multilingual digital marketing needs. 
 
The agency has launched this agency to keep pace the growth in regional language users online. It will offer a holistic capability stack for local languages on digital, which includes creative digital content solutions, social media management, online reputation and response management, technology solutions for localisation, SEO and websites. It will also consist of e-commerce and media planning and buying solutions.
 
Heeru Dingra, CEO, WATConsult, said, “India has always been known for its diversity. It has hundreds of major languages and many times more dialects. It only stands to reason that this linguistically diverse population, which is coming online in spades, gets a digital space that reflects this diversity. With people from the tier II & III cities gradually making up a major part of the online audience, a vernacular approach isn’t just an add-on anymore, but rather a necessity. Our vision is to empower every brand to make a meaningful connection with digital India in the language that’s best to connect in.”
 
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Campaign India

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