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Havas Media wins the Integrated Media Mandate of Spice Mobiles

11-March-2016
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Havas Media wins the Integrated Media Mandate of Spice Mobiles

Havas Media Group India has won the media mandate of Spice Mobiles. The win came post a multi-agency pitch. The integrated media mandate will involve both traditional as well as digital including mobile duties. The account will be handled from the agency’s Gurgaon office.

Sriwant Wariz, GM Marketing, Spice, said, “This country is on the brink of a mobility explosion and Spice is in the forefront of this change. We believe Spice has made a meaningful difference to the lives of many Indian citizens and we feel Havas Media will be able to help us in this mandate. Theirdynamic and entrepreneurial approach was in sync with our brand philosophy. ”

Anita Nayyar, CEO, Havas Media Group, India and South Asia, explained, “Spice is a great brand and we are privileged to be entrusted with their media mandate. Using our Meaningful Brands framework we will further enhance the relevance of the brand among its consumers. We look forward to this association.”

“Havas Media’s entrepreneurial approach has paid us huge dividends. Our Digital At the Core philosophy resonates with the clients and provides Meaningful communcaiton solutions for them. Spice is an iconic Indian brand and we are proud to be associated with it”, continued Mohit Joshi, Managing Director, Havas Media Group, India.

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