Campaign India Team
Nov 29, 2011

Educomp Schools assigns media mandate to Vizeum India

Educomp Solutions is an education solutions provider

Educomp Schools assigns media mandate to Vizeum India

Educomp Schools, as part of its growth strategy, has announced the appointment of Aegis Media’s Vizeum India as its media AOR. Founded in 1994, Educomp Solutions is a globally diversified education solutions provider. Educomp Schools provide Educational Content / IP and educational infrastructure to a range of differentiated Preschool and Secondary School brands.

Confirming the appointment of Vizeum, Partho Dasgupta, president, Educomp Schools, said, “We are happy to confirm the appointment of Vizeum as our strategic media partners. Their overall result oriented approach is quite unique and interesting.  They are mandated to help us overcome some of our business challenges. We look forward to working with Vizeum and wish them all the very best.”

Commenting on the win, S Yesudas, managing director – Indian Subcontinent, Vizeum, said, “We have pleasure in welcoming Educomp into the Vizeum family.  It is a challenging assignment and we are fully geared up with the right delivery solutions. We look forward to addressing the business issues of the client their extended brand. We are thankful to the Educomp management for considering us worthy to partner them. This business will be handled out of our Delhi Office.”

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