Top Story


Home >> Account Movement >> Article

RK Swamy Media Group wins Khazana Jewellery biz

Font Size   16
RK Swamy Media Group wins Khazana Jewellery biz

RK Swamy Media Group has won the media duties of Khazana Jewellery, a leading jewellery retail chain from South India.

Confirming the news, Kishore Jain, MD, Khazana Jewellery, said, “We welcome RK Swamy Media Group as our media partner and look forward to their superior media solutions in helping build our brand value further. We are poised for the next level of growth with major expansion plans and we are confident that RK Swamy Media Group will add value in achieving our goals.”

Sandeep Sharma President RK Swamy Media Group, said, “We are extremely delighted and excited to be the chosen partner of Khazana Jewellery and are confident of adding disproportionate value to their media investments. We also believe this is a testimony to our passion to deliver the best for our clients. Our team, under the leadership of K Satyanarayana, VP (West & South), will spearhead this partnership.”

Khazana Jewellery is a Rs 2,600-crore jewellery retail chain with 20 stores across South India. Based out of Chennai and with a retail presence spanning more than two decades, Khazana has established a strong name in gold jewellery retail.


Aparna Bhosle, Business Cluster Head - Premium & FTA GEC channels - ‎ZEEL, on its new property, sponsors, investment on acquisition and response to BBC First

In an interview with exchange4media, Ferzad Palia says that most successful brands are not those who spend the most money

As Milind Pathak takes over as Managing Director - Southeast Asia, Httpool, we chat with him on his new role, aspirations and his plans to aggressively penetrate the operations of the group in the Southeast Asian market

The group released the Little Hearts online-only campaign, #BreakSomeHearts, early this year and is on the path to make many more of its brands available on the digital platform

Though business has picked up, the private FM industry expects festive ad spends to be subdued compared to 2016