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Noshe Oceanic bags IACM business; account size Rs 5 cr

15-April-2009
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Noshe Oceanic bags IACM business; account size Rs 5 cr

Close on the heels of bagging Red Chief, Schablona and Genesis Global from the Chadha Group, Noshe Oceanic has added the IACM account to its kitty. IACM is a chain of computer hardware and networking training institutes in India. The estimated account size for the business is pegged at Rs 5 crore.

Confirming the development, Anupama Mehrotra, Vice-President, Noshe Oceanic, said, “It’s the agency’s hard earned credentials and consistent creative excellence over the years that accounts for the trust factor and success in all its endeavours. Noshe is forever on the move, gaining new accounts in new sectors, forever forging ahead and progressing.”

Noshe will create advertising campaigns for IACM with strategies and innovative plans to make the institute stand apart from all its contemporaries, guiding the students in making the correct choices for careers in hardware engineering and security systems.

According to an official communiqué, Noshe’s foray in the education industry after its ventures in the real estate, retail industry, service sector, could be credited to its innovative marketing plans and in-depth experience.

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