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Facebook adds Isobar to Preferred Marketing Developers’ list

16-May-2012
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Facebook adds Isobar to Preferred Marketing Developers’ list

Indian digital agencies are increasingly finding place at the top of assessment lists of social media giant Facebook. Less than a week after Hungama Digital Media was conferred with the Preferred Marketing Developer (PMD) badge by Facebook, Isobar India has now been accepted into Facebook’s global PMD Programme, along with three other markets in Asia Pacific. Isobar India, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Taiwan have all been recognised for their ongoing creation of innovative solutions and apps for brands across the Facebook platform.

Facebook has separated developer service providers into four badge qualifications – Pages, Ads, Apps, and Insights. The programme recognises companies that have built on the Facebook platform since its launch, that are adept at understanding platform policy and development tools, and that have a long track record of providing Facebook-centric services to brands.

Following a highly-selective application process, Isobar India has been certified in the Apps category of the PMD programme, in recognition of the agency’s innovative work for Reebok, Expedia and Philips, to name a few . “We’re proud to have been accepted as a Facebook Preferred Developer and see it as recognition of the great work we’ve produced for our clients. Social media is central to our full-service offering, so we look forward to working more closely with Facebook to deliver even better solutions for our clients,” said Shamsuddin Jasani, Managing Director, Isobar India.

Some of the other agencies in this list that are operational in India are Hungama Digital Media and Entertainment, KRDS and Kreata Global.

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