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Cheil India wins HCL Healthcare account

11-January-2016
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Cheil India wins HCL Healthcare account

Cheil India has bagged the HCL Healthcare account after a multi-agency pitch.

Commenting on the win Shiv Sethuraman, Group President South-West Asia, Cheil India said, “We are extremely delighted to have HCL Healthcare on board. Healthcare needs a differentiated approach and HCL comes with multiple offerings and a trusted brand name. We are looking forward to working together and to create inspirational work and drive impactful digital marketing strategies to create a distinctive brand identity for HCL Healthcare.”

Speaking about the association with Cheil India,  Manoj Gopalakrishna, CEO, HCL Healthcare said, “We are indeed excited to have Cheil as our partner for Digital Marketing. We are eager to build a strong digital presence and are relying on Cheil’s expertise to actively engage and build our digital audience, thus enabling us to expand our reach.”

HCL Healthcare is the healthcare delivery arm of the $7 billion HCL Enterprise. It is a chain of World Class Family Health Centres and is home to doctors from different specialities. Backed with excellence in clinical medicine, diagnostic services data and information technology, HCL Healthcare is affiliated with Johns Hopkins Medicine International and offers a variety of specialities and services to provide healthcare solutions for every member of the family.

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