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HTA explores tie-up with global firms to offer back-end solutions

12-December-2000
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HTA explores tie-up with global firms to offer back-end solutions

HTA is planning to launch a sound business model, which will offer holistic interactive marketing solutions to its Indian as well as international clients. The agency plans to tie up with the recently-launched funding company – at India – chaired by former PepsiCo chief executive officer, Ramesh Vangal, very soon.

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