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MEC India to handle media duties for Vistaprint.in

12-January-2017
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MEC India to handle media duties for Vistaprint.in

Media agency, MEC India has been awarded with the media duties for Vistaprint. The account will be handled by MEC’s Mumbai branch.

Vistaprint is a global printing solutions expert from the house of Cimpress, a company based in Netherlands, which started operations in India four years ago.

Commenting on this, Mukti Kumaran, General Manager - West, MEC India, said, “We are excited about extending our footprint in the e-commerce space. Online printing is an exciting category and is poised to take off in a big way in India. We look forward to a mutually fulfilling partnership.”

Speaking on bringing MEC India onboard as a media partner, Bharath Sastry, CMO, Vistaprint, said, “Vistaprint.in offers a wide selection of products and designs which can be customised, with a very high focus on quality and customer service. With MEC’s proven track record on e-commerce brands, we are assured that they will create relevant campaigns that will strengthen our business in India. We look forward to a mutually rewarding partnership.”

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