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SSC&B Lintas, Bangalore, bags IIHT creative business worth Rs 10-12 crore

03-May-2005
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SSC&B Lintas, Bangalore, bags IIHT creative business worth Rs 10-12 crore

SSC&B Lintas, Bangalore office, has bagged the creative duties of Indian Institute of Hardware Technology (IIHT), the Bangalore headquartered hardware and networking training centre with over 150 branches across the country. The account size is in the region of Rs 10-12 crore.

Confirming the development, Ashish Bhasin, President, SSC&B Lintas, said, "We are very happy that our Bangalore office is progressing so well and the IIHT win is another feather in their cap. We have totally revamped SSC&B Lintas Bangalore under Mahendra Bhagat's leadership and have launched new systems and tools to make it the only integrated world class agency in the Bangalore market."

SSC&B Lintas has in the last 100 days won several new accounts like MTNL and Essar Oil. It has also upgraded its manpower resources through training and recruitment of internationally experienced managers, and introduced latest systems, processes and technology in its efforts to become a world-class agency.

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