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Fountainhead Bangalore wins Kolkata-based real estate account

21-October-2004
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Fountainhead Bangalore wins Kolkata-based real estate account

Fountainhead Bangalore has added another account to its kitty. This time, it is from the real estate sector – that of the Kolkata-based Shrachi Developers. Ashok Nath, Branch Head, Fountainhead, Bangalore, confirms the development.

Shrachi Developers is a part of a Kolkata-based Rs 500-crore conglomerate dealing in agro-machinery, real estate, engineering, IT and publishing. On the real estate front, the group has executed over a dozen major projects in Kolkatta and is planning to extend their presence to the Bangalore market.

As Ashok Nath, Branch Director, Fountainhead, says, "This is their maiden entry into Bangalore for real estate and it’s a pleasure to know that they have entrusted us with the responsibility for making it a success. Most of our new clients come to us through a referral and same was the case with Shrachi Developers”. According to Nath, a mass media campaign with a focus on below the line has been planned with initial creatives expected to be ready in November.

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