Metigon Enterprises, has ended the year on a high while signing three new clients in automotive, digital and industrial engineering sectors.
JBM group, the Delhi-based 7,000 crore plus makers of the ‘CityLife’ brand of Italian buses in India and one of the biggest supplier of auto components to almost every vehicle maker in India, has awarded its PR mandate to Metigon. The company is betting big on its bus business and believes it will be the next big leap forward for the Group. Metigon will help the company in strategic positioning and image building for its bus brands in the country. The account moves from Adfactors.
One Digital Entertainment, India's Leading Premium YouTube Multi Channel Network has awarded its PR mandate to Metigon. Once a heavily veiled company, One Digital Entertainment has evolved into being the only profitable digital company to successfully create multi-channel network business. Today, it helps create and discover content on YouTube and other digital distribution/social network platforms by working with some of the finest artists and content creators. Metigon will be their first agency-on-record.
Metigon has also signed up J.K. Fenner (India) Limited, a member of the JK Organization and a leading provider of mechanical power transmission and sealing solutions in India. The 85 year old organisation produces one the largest ranges of V-Belts, Oil seals, Moulded Rubber Components and Engineering Products for Industrial and Automotive mechanical power transmissions applications, catering to the steel, cement, coal, sugar, power, paper, textiles, food processing, agriculture and several other industries. Metigon will be JK Fenner’s first agency-on-record.
“To end the year with three new clients is delightful, and goes on to reiterate that Metigon continues to be a boutique agency that focuses on delivering value across sectors,” said Aarif Malik, COO of Metigon Enterprises. “These win serve a testimony to our diversified teams who have always had an edge over large ‘network’ agencies who are unable to provide strategic inputs and flexibility clients look for.”