Campaign India Team
Jan 10, 2013

RK Swamy Media Group wins Fortis Hospitals (South)

The account was won following a multi-agency pitch. Initiative handled the account earlier.

RK Swamy Media Group wins Fortis Hospitals (South)

RK Swamy Media Group has won the media duties for Fortis Hospitals (South) following a multi-agency pitch. Fortis is a growing healthcare network with 39 hospitals across the country.

On the selection of RK Swamy Media Group, Karthik Rajgopal, chief-sales and marketing (South and East), Fortis Hospitals, said, “We welcome RK Swamy Media Group as our media partner and look forward to their superior media solutions in helping build our brand value further. We are poised for the next level of growth with major expansion plans and we are confident that RK Swamy Media Group will add value in achieving our goals.”

On the win, Sandeep Sharma, president, RK Swamy Media Group, said, “We are extremely delighted and excited to be the chosen partner of Fortis Hospitals. We thank the management of Fortis Hospitals for their faith in us and are confident of adding disproportionate value to their media  investments. We also believe this is a testimony of our passion to deliver the best for our clients. Our Bangalore and Chennai teams will spearhead this partnership.”

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