Campaign India Team
Dec 22, 2009

Ignite Mudra bags Interactive Manpower Solutions account

Ignite Mudra, Mudra’s specialist agency that caters specifically to the brand building needs of entrepreneurs, has bagged the Interactive Manpower Solutions (IMS) account.

Ignite Mudra bags Interactive Manpower Solutions account

Ignite Mudra, Mudra’s specialist agency that caters specifically to the brand building needs of entrepreneurs, has bagged the Interactive Manpower Solutions (IMS) account.


Said Chandan Nath, head- Ignite Mudra, “It’s great to have IMS as our client. They are part of an industry that is fast growing and dynamic. The industry, within itself has its own share of competition and IMS is quickly progressing towards being a formidable force in their domain. As for Ignite Mudra, it is a proud moment once again. Since the inception of the agency in July 2009, this has been one of the many additions to our portfolio from industries as varied as electronics to publishing and even alcoholic beverages. And this, I would say, truly reflects the trust our clients have in us and the potential of our talent has to deliver to their needs.”
          

Added Amit Somaiya, CEO- IMS said, “Ignite Mudra has a proven track record of building brands. Also, they seem to understand the business perspective with respect to our industry, which is very critical in these changing times. For a client, an agency no more is the same old conventional outfit. It has much more to deliver in terms of value. And we believe that Ignite Mudra can do proper justice to the cause.”

 

Source:
Campaign India

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