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Kreate Advertising adds new businesses to its kitty

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Kreate Advertising adds new businesses to its kitty

Kreate Advertising has added more business to its current client portfolio. The agency has so far handled a mix of national and international clients. Kreate’s officials have informed that the agency has recently won ‘Topsgroup’ and ‘Double Bull’.

The year 2005 was kicked off well when the ad firm was assigned to handle the creative duties of a leading Mumbai-based furnishing brand, ‘Bharat Furnishing’. The triumph got even more glorious when ‘Garden Snacks’ empanelled the agency for its communication duties.

Now, the company has also won ‘ScratchGard’ and the ‘Topsgrup’ along with ‘Double Bull’. Commenting on ‘Kreate’ winning streak, Dhaval Mehta, CMD, Kreate, said, “Kreate’s success is primarily because of its creative zeal, hard work and dedication in every facet of advertising. Secondly we walk shoulder to shoulder with our resources to make our clients grow and grow vertical.”


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