Campaign India Team
May 02, 2018

White Rivers Media expands into the Delhi NCR

The expansion helps the Mumbai-based agency get closer to its Northern India clientele

White Rivers Media expands into the Delhi NCR
Full-service digital marketing agency White Rivers Media has announced its foray into the Delhi NCR. 
 
Started in 2012, the agency services national and international clients from more than 8 countries. The agency has worked across a range of industries and verticals with brands across e-commerce, tech, real estate and fashion, including brands like OnePlus, Viacom18, TATA Cliq, Zivame amongst others.
 
Shrenik Gandhi, co-founder and CEO, White Rivers Media said, “Delhi NCR has been a key market in our growth story and with a localised office, we look forward to develop stronger relationships. Our core team will be actively involved to ensure the best operational SOP’s are followed and in getting the right talent on board.”
 
 
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Campaign India

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