Campaign India Team
Feb 09, 2009

Network 18 plans to re-launch UrbanEye

UrbanEye Media, which was acquired by Network 18 in August 2006, is planning to extend its services to brands outside the Web 18 group of portals.Web18 is planning to extend UrbanEye's expertise in turnkey portal development, marketing and branding solutions. The company is also look at monetizing some of its proprietary applications.

Network 18 plans to re-launch UrbanEye

UrbanEye Media, which was acquired by Network 18 in August 2006, is planning to extend its services to brands outside the Web 18 group of portals.

Web18 is planning to extend UrbanEye's expertise in turnkey portal development, marketing and branding solutions. The company is also look at monetizing some of its proprietary applications.

Rishi Khiani, COO, Web18 says, "UrbanEye is in a unique position as it has already been instrumental in building some of the most popular online destinations in India and the world. However we now plan to bring it to the forefront with this re-launch and position it as a service we can provide to organizations and individuals beyond Network18".

UrbanEye was originally set up in 1990. It has built sites for over 500 brands since then, in almost every vertical.

Source:
Campaign India

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