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EveryMedia Technologies bags digital mandate for PMG’s talent Shikhar Dhawan

07-May-2016
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EveryMedia Technologies bags digital mandate for PMG’s talent Shikhar Dhawan

EveryMedia Technologies Pvt. Ltd. has bagged the digital duties for Professional Management Group’s (PMG), talent Shikhar Dhawan.

PMG is a company that offers diverse services in the field of sports. Started by Sunil Gavaskar PMG has always been closely associated with cricket.

On this new alliance, Gautam B. Thakker, CEO- EveryMedia Technologies, said, “We are happy to be collaborating with PMG and Shikhar Dhawan. As a Digital agency we strive to push the parameters of how sports personalities are marketed worldwide. Our aim is to implement innovative and sustainable campaigns to enhance their brand presence in the digital space.”

Melroy Dsouza, COO, PMG said, “With the rise in competition within the Sports industry around the world, every sports management company is moving to adopt new and innovative digital strategies to attract more of the rapidly growing online market. We are extremely happy to collaborate with a digital agency like EveryMedia. With their expertise in the digital field, we believe they will be able to promote Shikhar globally.”

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