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Vizeum India wins media duties of Veev

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Vizeum India wins media duties of Veev

Premium leather goods brand Veev, promoted by Chennai-based Srivathsa Industries, has appointed Aegis Media’s Vizeum India as its media AoR.

The company has plans to ramp up its retail presence in the country substantially and the appointment of Vizeum is in line with this strategy.

Confirming the development, Prakash Venkatesan, CEO, Veev said, “We are delighted to partner with Vizeum as we focus on building our retail presence. We had strong referrals of Vizeum. Once we met them, we realised why they enjoy such equity. We look forward to working with them and wish them the very best.”

Commenting on the win, S Yesudas, Managing Director – Indian Subcontinent, Vizeum said, “We are humbled at the faith bestowed upon us by our clients and other business partners. I take this opportunity to welcome Veev into the Vizeum family. We are thankful to Prakash and Team for considering us worthy. This business will be handled out of our Chennai office.”

Vizeum operates in 55 countries with a philosophy of in-depth understanding of the co-existence of lives, brands and media in the actual world, shared an official release.

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