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Goldmine Advertising bags Digital mandate for JNPT

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Goldmine Advertising bags Digital mandate for JNPT

Goldmine Advertising has bagged the Digital media mandate for Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT), the biggest container handling port in India.

Goldmine won the contract following a multi agency pitch. The agency would be managing the Digital account of JNPT and all the operations would be handled from its Mumbai branch. JNPT’s objective is to be active on the Social Media platforms and promote its services and capabilities in National as well as International markets through sustained Digital campaigns. Goldmine Advertising will act as JNPT’s Digital face, making it more engaging and appealing on all the online portals related to the Shipping Industry.

The Digital team at Goldmine would strategize the social media campaigns and enhance JNPT’s website presence and make it interactive for all the potential business leads. The agency will handle this project for a year as per the contract. 


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