Campaign India Team
Sep 16, 2019

Interactive Avenues to handle Everest Spices' digital mandate

Account won post a multi-agency pitch

Interactive Avenues to handle Everest Spices' digital mandate
Interactive Avenues – A Reprise network company has bagged the digital mandate of Everest Spices. The account was won following a multi-agency pitch from the Mumbai office of Interactive Avenues. 
 
Sanjeev Shah, owner, Everest Spices, said, “Everest is a household name in India and we want to capture the new consumers and beef up our digital presence. We were scouting for a digital agency that would help us understand the evolved consumer mindset. Team Interactive Avenues brought clear understanding and an approach that resonates with the masses, young and old. We are really looking forward to this association."
 
Shantanu Mulay, business head, Interactive Avenues, “We are delighted to have Everest in our marquee list of client portfolio. Culinary diversity is one of the greatest treasures of our country. In fact, in India, the cuisine changes every few kilometers offering a wealth of flavours that is simply staggering. In this highly competitive and diverse category, Everest has established itself as the number one brand that evokes a lot of emotion. The brand has always aligned itself with “Maa ke haath ka khana”. Everest wants to create a strong presence on the digital platform and we feel extremely fortunate to partner with them in this new phase of growth."
 
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Campaign India

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