Campaign India Team
Mar 10, 2022

GoEgoNetwork gets SRV Media

Account won post a multi-agency pitch

GoEgoNetwork gets SRV Media
GoEgoNetwork has announced the appointment of SRV Media as its digital marketing agency. 
 
SRV Media will be responsible for social media marketing and other performance marketing activities for the brand. 
 
In addition, the agency will be looking after the brand's social media boost posts on Facebook and Instagram. The agency aims to generate higher reach, user engagement, and profile visits for the brand.
 
This account was won post a multi-agency pitch and will be handled by SRV Media’s Pune office. 
 
Sayantan Chakraborti, CEO and founder, goEgoNetwork, said, “We are delighted to get SRV Media on board as our digital marketing agency. We believe SRV Media’s in-depth understanding of the market will help us communicate and engage with our customers more effectively. We look forward to their original and innovative initiatives.”
 
Vikram Kumar, co-founder and managing director, SRV Media, said, “We are excited to partner with goEgoNetwork as its communication consultant. goEgoNetwork has displayed immense expertise and proficiency in building EV charging stations, powered by its software management system. As an agency, we look forward to aiding and scaling goEgoNetwork’s efforts and initiatives into creating valuable experiences for its existing and future customers.”
 
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