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Dentsu Webchutney launches B2B Marketing Division

13-July-2017
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Dentsu Webchutney launches B2B Marketing Division


Dentsu Webchutney, the digital agency from Dentsu Aegis Network, has announced its newly established Business to Business Marketing Division. It will be headed by Samera Khan, EVP – Strategy, Dentsu Webchutney.


“The line between a customer and a consumer is fading day by day. Globally, B2B brands have the largest audience on LinkedIn; they have 36 times more followers on LinkedIn than on Instagram but 20 times more engagement on Instagram than on LinkedIn. The users’ browsing and search behaviour is the same through the day and that’s what we want to own with our B2B division. We want to remove the boring from B2B,” says Sidharth Rao, CEO and co-founder at Dentsu Webchutney.


The new division is poised to help businesses targeting other businesses across categories and industries. Businesses that work with Dentsu Webchutney will have specialized services available to help them with Online and Offline Marketing, Market Research, Publicity, and most importantly, a focus on Content Marketing and Distribution Strategy.



Samera Khan, EVP – Strategy, Dentsu Webchutney, adds, “Our strategy is to focus on B2B with experiential content marketing across the various touchpoints that the customer already exists on. We pride ourselves on understanding what moves the Indian consumer. Now it’s just about using that same understanding for a business decision maker. Even though our starting point is B2B, our goal is to think of it as H2H (Human to Human), to humanise this crucial relationship.”

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