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Flashed Yesterday: Internet Moguls ties up with Abercrombie & Kent

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Flashed Yesterday: Internet Moguls ties up with Abercrombie & Kent

Internet Moguls has become the digital marketing and website design partner of Abercrombie & Kent, an international luxury travel company.

Internet Moguls will aid Abercrombie & Kent’s move towards aggressive online marketing. Through this alliance, the brand will focus on an online marketing strategy to enhance its presence in social networks globally.

“We presented our ideas and Abercrombie & Kent felt we were on par with international standards. The team is excited about the tie-up and we look forward to taking up new challenges,” said Avijit Arya, CEO, Internet Moguls, after winning the account.

Internet Moguls has expertise in the travel and hospitality vertical. It handles internet marketing and social media marketing initiatives for, Travel Boutique Online,, Shangri-La Hotels, Starwood, Sheraton and Country Inn.

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