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Goldmine adds five govt clients to kitty

05-June-2012
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Goldmine adds five govt clients to kitty

Goldmine Advertising, in the last two months, has added five new government businesses to its list of clients. The agency has been empanelled by government entities such as BSNL for Haryana Telecom Circle, National Textile Corporation for handling exhibitions on pan-India basis, National Physical Laboratories, Uttarakhand Government and COFMOW (Indian Railways).

The agency is expecting additional business of Rs 5-7 crore with these empanelments.

The agency has been empanelled after multi-agency pitches held in the capital by above mentioned organisations. The news has been confirmed to exchange4media by agency sources.

Other empanelled agencies on BSNL pitch include Alaknanda Advertising, Interads and SpeedWays – a Chandigarh based advertising firm. National Textile Corporation has handed over its exhibition duties to Goldmine for organising exhibitions pan-India for the company. National Physical Laboratories, Uttarakhand Government and COFMOW also have other agencies on board apart from Goldmine.

It may be recalled that Goldmine also added Durian Furniture business to its kitty in January this year.

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