Campaign India Team
Mar 12, 2018

Social Kinnect to handle Catch's digital mandate

The agency's Delhi office will handle the account

Social Kinnect to handle Catch's digital mandate
Social Kinnect has won the digital duties for Catch Salt & Spices. The agency's Delhi office will handle the digital mandate for the company part of the Dharampal Satyapal Group (DS Group).
 
O P Khanduja, business head, Catch Salt & Spices, said, “In the F&B space the digital first audience has been growing rapidly and it is imperative that we engage with them. With Social Kinnect we look at mapping digital opportunities that will lead to a long-lasting relationship with our consumers. We would be launching exclusive digital content to connect and communicate with our customers. ”
 
Rohan Mehta, CEO, Social Kinnect, said, "Catch Salt & Spices is an exciting brand, and we certainly look forward to delivering innovative ideas with progressive communication. DS Group is a digitally evolved company, and hence their understanding of digital media aligns with that of ours. Whilst our endevour is to bring in continuous value in terms of experience and expertise, the account win marks yet another breakthrough keeping in mind our expansion plans in the Delhi-NCR market." 
 
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Campaign India

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