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V Spark Communications bags digital mandate for WISE

31-March-2017
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V Spark Communications bags digital mandate for WISE

V Spark Communications has bagged the design and digital mandate for the World Institute of Skill and Entrepreneurship, WISE. As the official digital marketing agency, V Spark Communication will handle all the digital and social media for WISE.

WISE is an initiative of the Social Activities in Indian Framework (NSDC TP). With the mission to connect with the youth, industry, and nation to skill and build a better India, WISE is providing opportunities for education, skill development, entrepreneurship, healthcare, and for promoting methods of sustainable farming leading to substantial social and economic empowerment, significant improvement in the quality of life, and eventually, inclusive growth.

Saifur Rahman, Director, WISE said, “In this era of digitization, we actively required an agency that thoroughly understands the digital industry and has expertise in their field of work. Hence, we chose to associate with V Spark Communications exclusively for our digital marketing needs because they have got that proficiency and dedication. We are pleased to have V Spark Communication as our digital partner and hope to accelerate our business with their extraordinary services.”

Commenting on the partnership, Kanika Chhabra, Director, V Spark Communications stated, “Winning the digital mandate for World Institute of Skill and Entrepreneurship is indeed an achievement for V Spark. We are glad to associate with WISE and my team is looking forward to do some amazing work. Our partnership is based upon mutual values of customer focus and service.”

Atul Pratap Singh, Director, V Spark Communications said, “We are pleased to have won the confidence of WISE. It’s a great opportunity for us. I am sure our digital approach and specialization in marketing will help us drive the desired business results for WISE.”

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