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OMD bags new business in excess of Rs 450 crore in the first half of 2015

01-September-2015
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OMD bags new business in excess of Rs 450 crore in the first half of 2015

The first half 2015 has brought in good tidings for OMD India with a spate of new business wins across categories from real estate to payment solutions, giving the agency more than a few reasons to smile. Some of the wins include Oxigen Wallet, Infocus (Foxconn), Bacardi India, Bank Bazaar, Meru Cabs, Shobha Developers, CRI Pumps, Go Colors, Grab House, etc. These wins comes from across OMD offices pan India.

Speaking on the new business wins, Harish Shriyan, COO India OMG said, “The first half of 2015 has been extremely good for OMD with a host of new business wins as well as the growth coming from our existing set of businesses.  The momentum is across all our offices and we hope to continue this success for the rest of the year as well.”

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