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Triton Delhi wins creative duties of Delhi Press

18-September-2010
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Triton Delhi wins creative duties of Delhi Press

Following a closely contested pitch among some agencies, Delhi Press has selected Triton Delhi as the creative partner for some of its leading magazines.

Reacting to the win, Ranjan Mazumdar, Branch Director, Triton Delhi, said, “We are delighted to be Delhi Press’ communications partner and truly appreciate the trust and faith reposed in us.”

Delhi Press is one of the leading magazine publishers of India. With 31 magazines in nine languages, including some of the biggest names in the country like Grihshobha, Woman’s Era, Sarita, Saras Salil and Champak, Delhi Press reaches out to more than 35 million readers. Most of the magazines published by the group are leaders in their respective genres.

Triton has an impressive clientele, which includes Eureka Forbes - Aqua Guard water purifiers and vacuum cleaners, Adani Wilmar’s Kings & Raag Brand of edible oils, Yes Bank, Ever Yuth, and has successfully built Paras brands such as Moov, Set Wet and Ring Guard, to name a few.

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