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Dentsu planning sports vertical in India

07-August-2014
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Dentsu planning sports vertical in India

The growing sports culture in India is being keenly watched by brands and agencies alike. Traditionally, India has been a market with strong bend towards cricket, however, in recent years other sports such as football, tennis, badminton, Formula 1 racing and golf have also found ardent fan base in the country.

With a view to tapping this growing interest in sports, Dentsu is planning to set up a sports unit in India.

As is known, Dentsu recently won the creative duties of DEN Networks’ Delhi Team in the Indian Super League.

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