Campaign India Team
Sep 29, 2022

Eazeebox appoints Bharat Media Group for creative

Account won post a multi-agency pitch

Eazeebox appoints Bharat Media Group for creative
Bharat Media Group (BMeG) has won the creative mandate for Eazeebox. 
The agency will conceptualise campaigns and execute creative assets for the B2B electric e-commerce platform. 
The account was won post a multi-agency pitch and will be handled by BMeG's Bengaluru office. 
Phalgun Lanka, co-founder, Eazeebox, said, "We are happy to have BMeG as our creative agency, as they have the talent and vision aligned with what we were searching for. Their creative capabilities and the ability to innovate make them the right partner with whom we can augment our growth journey. The team at BMeG is young, dynamic and brimming with ideas that creatively empower, and we look forward to a long and mutually beneficial partnership."
Anand Charles, chief executive officer, Bharat Media Group, said, "We are ecstatic that Eazeebox, India's first and only E-commerce for FMEG Electrical items for Electric retailers, has chosen Bharat Media Group to lead its creative mandate. Collaborating with Eazeebox will enable us to help Eazeebox establish itself as the industry leader. We look forward to creating a new and fresh creative approach for Eazeebox, and it will be exciting for us to grow with them and watch Eazeebox rise."
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