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L'Oreal India calls for a media review

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L'Oreal India calls for a media review

L’Oreal India has called for a media review confirm industry sources. The last media review for the account was held in 2013, which led to incumbent agency Maxus India retaining the account post a multi- agency pitch process.
The account size is estimated to be around Rs 300 crore.
Maxus India has been working on L’Oreal since 2010.


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