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KC Securities assigns media and creative duties to Prachar Communications

21-July-2008
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KC Securities assigns media and creative duties to Prachar Communications

Prachar Communications has bagged the creative and media mandate for financial consultants KC Securities Ltd. Confirming the development, Rajesh Jain, MD, Prachar Communications, informed that the estimated account size is pegged at Rs 5 crore. The win comes close on the heels of Prachar winning the Mankind Pharma account.

Commenting on the win, Jain said, “Our motto has been to develop new clients, and that’s what we have been working towards. We are very excited to add KC Securities to our client portfolio and have already released some work that includes a campaign aired across Network18 channels.”

KC Securities offers a way to share the ownership of a property investment company with a diversity of investments by mortgage and ownership of selected properties. Through the portfolio of investments made by KC Securities, investors gain access to investment that potentially provides a medium-yield return, where the risk is appropriately understood, quantified and, to the best extent possible, minimised.

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