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Fourth Dimension partners with Media2win

28-August-2012
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Fourth Dimension partners with Media2win

Fourth Dimension, a media outsourcing firm, has joined hands with Media2win, a digital interactive solutions company.

Commenting on the partnership, Shankar B, CEO, Fourth Dimension remarked, “We are a media outsourcing company, and for us the major thing is to be present in all medium. We planned to go digital and so we wanted to partner with a well known and sound agency. Another reason behind partnering with Media2win is I know Krishna (Founder and CEO, Media2win) from decades and we understand each other’s market very well.”

The pilot project has started with Galaxy Institute, one of Fourth Dimension’s clients. In this project, Media2win has customised the online marketing strategies.

Krishna Kumar of Media2win said, “The market is going digital and this is happy news for us. The way the industry is growing, there is no straight forward method of marketing because of the evolution of new media and the various formats. Hence, you have to customise as per the need of the brand arrives. With this partnership we will be providing Shankar’s clients digital expertise, which will provide a comprehensive exposure to the brand that engages with him.”

Media2win translates brand marketing goals into interactive solutions that deliver results. Some of their clients include Bajaj Auto, Tata Sky, Max Life Insurance, Viacom18, MSN, Idea, etc., shared an official release.

Fourth Dimension is a media outsourcing firm; its clients include Puthiya Thalamurai, UFX, Krishna TV, Chennai Live, etc.

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