Campaign India Team
Mar 21, 2017

Havas Media retains Kohler's integrated media mandate

Also adds 'some of the brand's PR duties'

Havas Media retains Kohler's integrated media mandate
Havas Media has retained Kohler's integrated media business following a multi-agency pitch. The agency's Gurgaon office will continue to handle the mandate which also includes 'some of the brand's PR duties'.
 
Sandeep Singh, director marketing, Kohler India, said, “We are happy to partner with Havas Media yet again. We have been working with them over the last few years. We feel that they understand the market and will continue to be an effective partner in the years to come.”
 
Anita Nayyar, CEO, Havas Media Group, India and South Asia, said, “It is a matter of pride that Kohler has once again chosen Havas Media. The pitch has further entrenched our relationship with Kohler. It has been a great association so far and we will ensure we provide more integrated and meaningful solutions for the brand in the coming year."
 
Mohit Joshi, MD, Havas Media Group, India, added, "Kohler is a dynamic brand which thrives on style and innovation. We are confident that we will keep up the great work that we have been doing over the years for the brand. We eagerly look forward to innovate together and drive the brand forward."
 
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