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RMG David bags news business worth Rs 7 crores

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RMG David bags news business worth Rs 7 crores

RMG David, part of the $17-billion WPP Group, is on an account-winning spree. Positioned as ‘the smallest worldwide agency’, RMG David has recently bagged a host of new accounts which include, Tang from Krafts Food, Cuticura Talc, Rosy Pelican Beer brand from Shaw Wallace, among others.

The new account wins will add around Rs 7 crore to its current capitalised billings which stands at Rs 25 crore. As part of its expansion plans, RMG David is planning to open its branch office in Banglaore within a month. Currently, RMG David, has branches in Mumbai, Delhi and Chennai.

At present, WPP Group has a 74 per cent stake in RMG David. The agency’s clientele includes, Lawman Jeans, Channel 9, Dabur CGU Life Insurance, India Bulls and Royal Enfield among others


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