Campaign India Team
Jan 27, 2011

Vizeum India wins media duties of Lotus Herbals

The business will be handled out of the agency's Delhi office.

Vizeum India wins media duties of Lotus Herbals

Aegis Media's Vizeum India has bagged the media duties for personal care products company, Lotus Herbals. A press statement from the agency stated that the company is getting into electronic media after a long gap and that the business will be handled out of the agency's Delhi office.

Confirming the new development, Nitin Passi, director, Lotus Herbals, said, “We have chosen Vizeum as our media partners from a wide range of options available to us. Besides, their understanding of the media market place and innovative thinking ability, we also liked the passion exhibited by the team. We have extremely ambitious growth plans and we look forward to building a long term partnership with Vizeum as well as our creative agency Saints and Warriors in achieving our objectives.”

S Yesudas, managing director, Indian sub-continent, Vizeum, added, “We are acutely aware of the challenges ahead of us, considering the client’s ambitious growth plans and will do all that’s required from our end to deliver on the objectives set out by the client, working in tandem with the creative agency. This business will be handled out of our Delhi office under the leadership of Harit Pant.”

The company had appointed Saints & Warriors as its AoR in 2010.  

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