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Wockhardt Hospitals scouts for digital agency

02-August-2013
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Wockhardt Hospitals scouts for digital agency

Wockhardt Hospitals, a subsidiary of the Wockhardt Group, a leading pharmaceutical and biotechnology company, headquartered in Mumbai, is looking for a digital partner, share industry sources.

A multi-agency pitch is underway in Mumbai.  

The current creative agency on record is DDB Health & Lifestyle, while Lintas Media Group is the media agency on record.

The size of the account could not be ascertained at the time of filing the report.

Prior to the appointment of DDB Health & Lifestyle, which is a specialised practice within the DDB Mudra Group that caters to the emerging communication needs of the healthcare industry, Grey Bangalore was working on the account. 

Wockhardt is a global pharmaceutical and biotechnology organisation with a focus on multi-disciplinary research and high technology manufacturing, providing quality medicines. Wockhardt Hospitals is a chain of super speciality hospitals in India, aligned with partners Harvard Medical International, USA, providing world-class hospital care.

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