Campaign India Team
Nov 29, 2012

Jetking Infotrain hands creative duties to Percept\H

Percept Profile bags PR mandate

Jetking Infotrain hands creative duties to Percept\H

Jetking Infotrain, a hardware and networking training institute, has appointed Percept\H and Percept Profile for its creative and PR duties respectively. Jetking Infotrain's creative account was with Network Advertising, while its PR duties were handled by Spectrum Communications prior to this development. There was no pitch involved.


 

Siddarth Bharwani, head - marketing and corporate communications, Jetking Infotrain, said, “We are happy to announce our association with Percept\H as our advertising agency and we look forward to working with Percept group to build and execute our communication plans and media strategies.”

Prabhakar Mundkar, chief executive officer, Percept\H, added that the agency would look to revamp the brand, besides establishing it in the South East Asian market.

Rahat Beri, chief operating officer, Percept Profile, said, “Being one of the leading companies in this sector, we look forward to working with Jetking Infotrain and would be adopting an integrated approach to create a strong media presence amongst its competitors in India. We hope to bring about an increase in brand visibility for the company through a strong media strategy.”

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Campaign India

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