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Akshaya awards media mandate to Vizeum

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Akshaya awards media mandate to Vizeum

Akshaya, a Tamil Nadu based real estate player has appointed Vizeum Media as its media AoR (Agency of Record). This business will be handled out of Vizeum’s Chennai office. Akshaya, with various initiatives to raise transparency in real estate, has executed almost 150 projects till date.

Confirming the appointment of Vizeum, K Srikanth, VP – Sales and Marketing, Akshaya said, “We are on the growth path, and we need to set ourselves apart from the other players. Hence, we have been looking for a media partner who will help us with our ambitions. Vizeum came to us with good references. Once we started interacting with them, we were convinced we could safely embark on this relationship. We look forward to a long-term and productive partnership with Vizeum.”

S Yesudas, Managing Director – Indian Subcontinent, Vizeum said, “It is a matter of pride for us that more clients are finding value in association with Vizeum. It also makes us very humble. I would like to say this to all our clients that we will stay focussed on their business with utmost sincerity, in as selfless a manner as possible. We thank the Akshaya management for considering us worthy. I take this opportunity to welcome the client into the Vizeum family.”


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