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Saints Art wins PR mandate of Ricoh India

29-April-2017
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Saints Art wins PR mandate of Ricoh India

Global technology company Ricoh Indiahas awarded its PR mandate to Saints Art. As part of the mandate, Saints Art will be providing strategic communications servicesto strengthen the positioning of the brand across the country.

Ricoh specialized in office imaging equipment, production print solutions, document management systems, and IT services. In India, Ricoh is a market leader in its key categories and enjoys customer confidence in the wide variety of products and solutions it offers. It has recorded worldwide sales of approx. USD 19.6 billion (Rs 1,920crore) in the financial year of March 2016.

Saints Art’s integrated communications services portfolio includes strategic solutions, media relations, and creative servicesfor companies across multiple sectors like technology, hospitality, FMCG, healthcare, real estate, and more.

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