Campaign India Team
Apr 16, 2014

SMG Convonix announces 24 account wins

Tetley, Eight o’ clock, IMS Learning Resources, Tuffware, Pepperfry, Reseller Club, The Mobile Store, The Electronic Store among wins

SMG Convonix announces 24 account wins

SMG Convonix, the digital marketing arm of the Starcom Mediavest Group, has announced that it won 24 new clients in the January to March 2014 quarter. The wins include clients across sectors such as education, FMCG, travel, banking and finance, e-commerce and technology.

Besides Tata Global Beverages awarding the global SEO mandate for Tetley and Eight o’ clock brands, SMG Convonix added IMS Learning Resources, Tuffware, Pepperfry, Reseller Club, The Mobile Store and The Electronic Store to its roster. In addition to the Indian wins, a number of clients from markets like the US have also augmented the roster, informed an official statement.

Vishal Sampat, CEO, SMG Convonix said, “Most of our recent wins were after multi-agency pitches and are testimony to the strength of our offering and thought and rigour that the teams put into campaigns. We continue to work with the same core principle of trying to solve business problems by leveraging synergies across digital solutions, analytics and technology. Going forward, our focus will be on growing the media offering and delivering cutting-edge impactful campaigns enabled by the right technology.”

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Campaign India

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