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CareerBuilder scouts for creative & media agencies

06-December-2012
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CareerBuilder scouts for creative & media agencies

CareerBuilder India, a fully owned subsidy of CareerBuilder LLC, has invited proposals from creative and media agencies for managing its digital marketing efforts for 2013. The size of the business is pegged at Rs 5 crore – Rs 8 crore. The pitch will take place in Delhi.

There are a host of agencies currently working on different duties of the company. The company is now looking for an agency to manage the integrated digital marketing efforts for the coming year.

A company spokesperson said, “We are poised to leverage upon CareerBuilder’s global resources and cutting-edge technology to assert our position as one of India’s top human capital solutions company. To achieve this goal, we have very aggressive plans for 2013.”

For the record, CareerBuilder is a global player in human capital solutions. It connects employers and job seekers in India as well. It operates in the US, Europe, Canada, Asia and South America.

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