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imageskart.com sees grand launch at exchange4media Conclave

01-October-2014
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imageskart.com sees grand launch at exchange4media Conclave

Images add definition to a campaign. Images add meaning to any communication. Images have always been a key part of our communication & advertising needs and the need for good visual imagery can never be ignored.

While many websites cater to the need for stock images, there are none specifically serving to the need of authentic India-centric images that suit communication needs of the advertising agencies. This is the gap that imageskart.com intends to fill.

The website was inaugurated at the Conclave by Rajesh Goyal, MD, imageskart.com along with keynote speaker Tim Andree, Executive Chairman, Dentsu Aegis Network & Executive Vice President, Member of The Board, Dentsu Inc.

imageskart.com is a fully owned subsidiary of High Street Media Private Limited. It is an image repository to provide visual content key to researching, purchasing, and downloading of Indian Images for advertising, marketing and any mode of communication.

With more than 5000 contributors located across the Nation and with international alliances, imageskart.com is one of the fastest growing stock images bank.

imageskart.com was created out of a need to cater to communication and advertising agencies across the globe and provide cutting-edge quality India-centric images.

What sets imageskart.com apart is meaningful imagery, customized storyboards irrespective of any industry, keen picture research, aesthetically and visually appealing pictures, high quality vibrant pictures and latest in trend pictures through continuous research and industry monitoring.

The company has one of the top line-ups of creative directors, researchers, to study and be in sync with market trends.
Their complete in-house talent pool ensures everything, from concept to commissioning. e.g. photography, production, coordination, art direction, location, casting, make-up, costumes and styling.
 

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