Connecturf, the parent company of MediaTurf, has added two more businesses to its list if clients –Yatra Online and Ministry of Tourism. In addition to that, the agency is also working with The Media Edge (TME), wherein TME can use Connecturf services to develop digital solutions for some of its clients.
There were no comments forthcoming on the new businesses at this stage from the agency. However, on the TME partnership, V Ramani, CEO, MediaTurf, said, “The past few weeks have been very encouraging and in TME, we have not found a partnership that we hadn’t in a long time.”
“This has come at a great time for the agency. We will be working with some of their clients to begin with. I can’t say right now how the relation with TME pans as we go forward and for which of their clients, but I see this as a productive partnership in time to come,” said Ramani.
Some of the recent business that the agency has added include Yes Bank, IOCL, ICICI’s Business Intelligence Unit, Essar’s Essar Retail and Essar Corporate, Reliance ARC, SBI Mutual Fund, Sify Broadband, Airtel Chennai, Deals4loans and Ferns and Petals, among others.
Connecturf completes senior level appointments, adds 12 new clients to its kitty