Campaign India Team
Oct 04, 2019

Wunderman Thompson bags the creative mandate for Alcove Realty

The business will be managed out of the agency's Kolkata's office

Wunderman Thompson bags the creative mandate for Alcove Realty
Wunderman Thompson, Kolkata has bagged the creative mandate of Alcove Realty.
 
The brand has redefined ‘affordable luxury’ in the home segment with Alcove New Kolkata in Serampore. 
 
Aakriti Shroff, director, branding and communication, Alcove Realty said, “We were seeking to partner with an agency that would not only be responsible for communication development but also walk alongside us with strategic inputs on the brand. Wunderman Thompson came across as the best fit in the city.”
 
Vijay Jacob Parakkal, SVP and managing partner, Wunderman Thompson, Kolkata said, “Alcove Realty is one of the leading players in the country with several unique and exciting projects. We are looking forward to partnering them and creating some good work that these projects truly deserve.”
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Campaign India

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