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iSocialNow bags digital mandate for BOSE

21-October-2015
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iSocialNow bags digital mandate for BOSE

iSocialNow has bagged the digital marketing mandate for BOSE. The agency is now responsible for developing digital roadmap, content creation and maintenance on social media platform, recommending creative strategy and engagement concept besides community management and Online Reputation Management for Bose Corporation India Private Limited.

Aanchal Sharma Co-Founder,iSocialNow strongly believes that this association will usher in a new era for both companies:"Smart electronics is what defined the 21st Century and Bose as a brand has established itself in this business. Our expertise lies in identifying and shaping the digital DNA of the brand with a distinguishing approach and deliver solutions that enhance the brand’s presence. Factoring in all the relevant parameters and social analytics is essential to a campaign’s success. As the voice of the brand on the digital front, iSocialNow will be responsible for curating exciting camapigns/ signature properties and ensuring timely communication that will not only increase engagement and traction, but also create a human connect with the brand. It is exciting to work on a business which has one of the best product line across the globe!"

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