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TCC Group sets up shop in Coimbatore; Kochi, Bangalore branches on the anvil

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TCC Group sets up shop in Coimbatore; Kochi, Bangalore branches on the anvil

After completing a successful year, Chennai-based TCC (The Communication Central) Group, founded by Arvind Ramalingam, former Creative Director of Mudra Chennai, has forayed into the Coimbatore market. The agency is planning to open branches in Kochi and Bangalore within this financial year to strengthen its presence in the South.

Commenting on the development, Founder and Creative Chief, Arvind Ramalingam, said, “Coimbatore is one of the important developed markets in South India. There are numerous brands out there which are looking out for the right solutions. We hope to have a solid presence in the region with a strong creative foothold. Right now, we have spotted a core team that will take care of the operations in that region.”

TCC Group’s client portfolio includes Classic Polo, SRM Group, Generation Now Media, and Polestar Life Sciences, among others. TCC also handles digital mailers for Residency Group of Hotels. Even though the primary focus for TCC is brand building, the agency has started different SBUs for Film production, Digital Marketing, Events and Activation. With its Coimbatore wing in place, TCC is planning to focus more on building brands out of regional business.

TCC Group has closed the first year of its operations with an annual billing of nearly Rs 1.5 crore.


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