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Quasar wins digital mandate for Philips branded television

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Quasar wins digital mandate for Philips branded television

Quasar won the digital duties for India’s leading television brand; Philips from PE Electronics Ltd. The full service mandate includes creating the digital strategy encompassing owned media assets, social media& digital media planning & buying. The account will be handled by the Quasar Mumbai office.

Speaking on the announcement, Neeraj Sethi, CEO, PE Electronics said, “We are extremely glad to welcome Quasar on board to help us manage our digital mandate. TV is a dynamic industry and we needed a disruptive agency with a unique approach, which Quasar was able to demonstrate. We are impressed with Quasar’s capability as an all-rounder in the digital industry, their thought leadership and above all their passion and enthusiasm to partner with us made them an obvious choice as our digital partner.”

Commenting on the win, Gaurav Nabh, Head, Quasar said, “We are excited about working with PE Electronics on the Philips LED TV digital mandate. Quasar will manage a 360 degree digital marketing campaign, encompassing paid, owned & earned media initiatives. Our task includes setting up a digital ecosystem encompassing Philips television and its consumers to facilitate positive engagements and build strong brand association”

Quasar is a digital marketing agency, a part of the WPP Group, managed by GroupM in India.

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