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ThoughtBox on a Rs-20 cr plus run

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ThoughtBox on a Rs-20 cr plus run

In a short span of time, Bangalore-based ThoughtBox has bagged businesses worth over Rs 20 crore. These include John Distilleries, Southern Batteries, Vijayaa Steel, Pacsoft and few infrastructure and real estate clients, whose names the agency didn’t want to divulge. ThoughtBox is a full service agency and will be looking after the 360 degree mandate for these clients.

Talking about the wins, Karun Venugopal, Co-Founder and Director, ThoughtBox, said, “Our hard work, focus and dedication are paying off. Also, the experience of having worked with leading agencies like Lintas and HTA (now JWT) has helped in building strong equities in the market.”

Venugopal had last worked as Vice President with Lintas Media Group at Bangalore.

KA Shanawas, Co-Founder and Director, ThoughtBox, added here, “We have gained success in such a short time just because of the trust that our clients have on us. In fact, the focus of team ThoughtBox has been building client relationship and concentrate on giving clients more value for their advertising spends. The strategy has been very simple – create right marketing and advertising roadmap for a brand, make them grow and grow along with them.”

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