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GroupM’s CVL Srinivas on winning Agency Network of the Year at Media Ace Awards

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GroupM’s CVL Srinivas on winning Agency Network of the Year at Media Ace Awards

At the exchange4media Group’s inaugural Media Ace Awards which were recently hosted in Mumbai, GroupM won the Agency Network of the Year Award.

Speaking about their win, CVL Srinivas, CEO South Asia, GroupM said, “We are delighted to have won the Media Agency Network of the Year Award at the inaugural Media Ace Awards of exchange4media Group. This award is thanks to the hard work, dedication and commitment shown by the 1500 champions we have at GroupM. I would also like to thank our clients and our media partners for their support all through. GroupM has been in existence in India for about 14 years and 2014 was one of our best years ever. There were several new initiatives that we did; we had a fantastic year for new business. We won over 100 new clients across our five different agencies.”

Offering his views about the event Srinivas added, “The Media Ace Awards as a property is a great initiative from exchange4media. It’s been about 20 years since media agencies got established in India and it’s great that there is someone recognising our existence and awarding us for our work.”

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