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ActiMedia adds four international fashion brands to its kitty

15-June-2006
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ActiMedia adds four international fashion brands to its kitty

ActiMedia Pvt Ltd, a Mumbai-based corporate communications consultancy focusing on lifestyle and entertainment public relations, has bagged the accounts of four new international fashion brands – Gant, Nautica, Jansport and Kipling.

Founded by Amitabh Saksena and Binita Bodani, ActiMedia is headquartered in Mumbai, with offices in New Delhi and Bangalore.

Commenting on the new wins, Bodani, Director, ActiMedia, said, “We are very excited to have partnered with four leading international fashion brands, adding to our existing portfolio of international lifestyle brands. ActiMedia specialises in PR for lifestyle, entertainment and luxury brands, and has extensive experience across a range of lifestyle industries, including beauty, fashion, jewellery and watches, hospitality, wellness, travel, entertainment, home furnishings and design, fine wines, spirits, premium chocolates, art and retail.”

ActiMedia will assist these four brands in building awareness about themselves, their positioning, as well as help build a positive brand image among its target audience in India.

ActiMedia’s client portfolio includes leading brands such as Grand Hyatt Mumbai, Tommy Hilfiger, Cathay Pacific Airways, L’Oreal Paris, Maybelline New York, Garnier, Travel Corporation India (TCI), Patchi Chocolates, Frazer and Haws, Pinakin and Café Basilico, among others.

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