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Maxus wins Social Media agency of the year at Big Bang Awards 2016

26-September-2016
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Maxus wins Social Media agency of the year at Big Bang Awards 2016

The award winning spree for Maxus continues as it won the Social Media Agency of the year at the? Big Bang Awards 2016?, constituted by Ad Club Bangalore. Tata Sky was named Client of the year for its innovative 13 episodes TVC campaign called Daily Dillagi.  

An elated Maxus South Asia Managing Director Kartik Sharma commenting on the win said, “We are ecstatic about the win! This is quantified effort put in by the team. Maxus has made strong and consisted efforts to become future ready in a digitally charged competitive ecosystem. We at Maxus are committed to approach planning and investments in an integrated manner with deep emphasis on innovative media concepts that brings digital media, content and data together. These wins ratifies our belief in being the pioneers in investing behind futuristic solutions such as marketing command centre (MESH) which helps us continually get great insights into consumers and help us use the same in our communication solutions. This award win also proves beyond doubt the undying spirit of wanting to deliver the best for our clients always and keeping them at the core of our engagement at all times.”

“We are excited and humbled that Tata Sky has also won the client of the year award. A lot of things have gone into the relationship: Shaping brands for 10 years, launching new products, inventing new practices that are born off more challenges,” added Sharma.

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