Campaign India Team
Dec 15, 2020

Tata Capital appoints Infectious Advertising to handle creative

The agency has been working on projects for the last six months

Tata Capital appoints Infectious Advertising to handle creative
Infectious Advertising has been bagged Tata Capital's creative mandate. The agency has been working with Tata Capital on projects since the last six months and has now been appointed as the agency on record.
 
Nisha Singhania, co-founder and director, Infectious Advertising, said, “I have immense respect for the Tata Group, and it is an absolute honour to be chosen as Tata Capital’s communication partner. We look forward to building the brand and doing some good work together.”
 
Ramanuj Shastry, co-founder and director, Infectious Advertising, added, “It’s an honour and a pleasure to be chosen by Tata Capital as their communications partner. I vow to do everything in my power to repay the confidence reposed on us by one of the most trusted names in Indian business. Looking forward to doing some memorable work for Tata Capital.”
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Campaign India

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