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Madison Media regrets its inability to participate in Tata pitch

10-June-2004
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Madison Media regrets its inability to participate in Tata pitch

Madison Media has clarified that whilst it was invited for the Tata media AOR pitch it has regretted its inability to accept the invitation. Madison Media indicated that it already handles several clients who operate in the same space as the Tata Group.

Mr. Sam Balsara, in an official communiqué addressed to exchange4media said, “Please remember our philosophy is to deal with very few clients and we do not generally participate in all pitches that we are invited to.”

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