Campaign India Team
Jul 03, 2014

Thoughtshop wins Quick Heal's creative duties

TVC to kick off integrated campaign for IT security solutions brand

Thoughtshop wins Quick Heal's creative duties
Thoughtshop Advertising has bagged the creative duties for IT security solutions company Quick Heal Technologies.
The agency will soon roll out the company's first 360-degree campaign for the brand, starting with a TVC.
Vipin Dhyani, founder and chief creative director, Thoughtshop Advertising and Film Production, said, “We are extremely proud to partner with a company that prides itself with a lineage of over 20 years. This new business will provide us with some exciting opportunities and shall hopefully result in effective branding and communication. Quick Heal has a wide array of security solutions which are distinctively customer centric and adds value to the core purpose of communication. We look forward to jointly work with them and convey it to our consumers.”
Kailash Katkar, MD and CEO, Quick Heal, added, "We were looking for an agency with proven background, and who has the capability and capacity to support our extensive and integrated needs. In ‘Thoughtshop’ we found that creative partner who can value add to our brand persona and can further augment it. We are looking forward to work in this partnership and add new dimensions to our brand”.
Campaign India

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