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Bates David Enterprise, Chennai gets a new address

16-January-2008
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Bates David Enterprise, Chennai gets a new address

Bates David Enterprise, Chennai has shifted to a new location from January 7. The agency’s new address now is Golden Towers, Royapettah High Road, Chennai. Subhash Kamath, Group CEO of Bates David Enterprise, inaugurated the new premises. Also present on the occasion were Manosh Mukherjee, Group CFO, Bates David Enterprise, along with the who’s who of Chennai’s marketing and advertising industry.

“The office reflects the new age open office ideology and care has been taken to ensure minimal hierarchical structures and open spaces for the team to interact and ideate. 2007 was a good year for us. 2008 is looking even better,” said Vijay Jacob Parakkal, VP & GM, Bates David Enterprise, Chennai.

Speaking on the occasion, Kamath said, “Chennai is an extremely important and growing market for us, and in the last six months, we have grown exponentially with a lot of important clients like Ramco, CavinKare, Watanmal Group and Odyssey having placed their faith in us. We are ambitious about Chennai and aim to be in the Top 3 Chennai agencies in the next couple of years.”

The new office has been designed by Mumbai-based architect Pankaj Bhat.

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