Campaign India Team
Jun 20, 2014

Vizeum bags media mandate for INS

INS helps clients connect with audiences through its three marketing platforms – LIVE Viacom18, BE Viacom18 and Spotlight.

Vizeum bags media mandate for INS
Vizeum India has been appointed as media AoR for Integrated Network Solutions (INS), a wholly owned subsidiary of Viacom18 Media. 
 
The account will be handled out of Mumbai and will be headed by Samarjit Rajkumar, SVP, Vizeum, Mumbai. 
 
Jaideep Singh, SVP and business head, INS, Viacom18 said, “As we enter into the second year of our journey, the tasks ahead to communicate the promise and message of our experiential properties to our consumers and trade is a challenging one. Vizeum is a well-recommended agency within our group considering their work for the other brands of our Network. Therefore, partnering with them was not a decision that needed too much deliberation. We wish Vizeum all the best as we embark on an exciting journey with together."
 
S. Yesudas, managing director, India sub-continent, Vizeum, said, “We have been investing all our energies and resources behind making our clients as our true ambassadors with tangible contributions to their business issues. And we are extremely delighted that it is paying back for us in terms of our existing clients referring us to others. We sincerely thank the INS management for their faith in us. This further strengthens our partnership with Viacom 18 Media group. We currently handle MTV Group, ETV Group, Nickelodeon and Sonic." 
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Campaign India

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