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Khushi Advertising bags 'Most Admired Ambient Media Agency of the Year' award at ACEF

04-May-2016
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Khushi Advertising bags 'Most Admired Ambient Media Agency of the Year' award at ACEF

Khushi Advertising has won the ‘Most Admired Ambient Media Agency of the Year’ award at the recently concluded Asia-Pacific Customer Engagement Forum & Awards (CEF) 2015-2016.

‘The Power of Consumer Insights for Customer Engagement’ was the theme for this edition of the CEF Awards. Notable contributions in the sectors of digital, mobile, radio, television, magazine, events & promotions, BTL, retail touch point, OOH, Online media, mobile apps and website were recognised for their commitment to excellence in Customer Engagement.

Speaking on this accomplishment, Vishnu Telang - Director, Khushi Advertising said, “We are elated to have won this award. This award is a vindication of our work ethics and a reward for the effort put in by our team of talented personnel. It is a great morale booster for us.  We resolve not to rest on our laurels and will keep striving to scale new heights. What is indeed heartening is that the entire team at Khushi echoes this sentiment.”

Pranay Shah, Director, Khushi Advertising said, “Our hard work is rewarded & I want to thank all our clients, partners and associates for giving us the opportunity & trusting us.”
 

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