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Blue Lotus adds 10 clients to its kitty in 2 months

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Blue Lotus adds 10 clients to its kitty in 2 months

Blue Lotus Communications has been on an account acquiring spree, adding no less than 10 new clients to its portfolio in a two-month period. The new client roster includes Champix from Pfizer, Hero Mindmine Institute,, eRevMax, Zimmer, Cecilia Healthcare, GurukulOnline, Skorydov,, and WiziQ, among others.

Commenting on the core success area of growth, N Chandramouli, CEO, Blue Lotus Communications, said, “We believe in communication that impacts business objectives of the client. Stringent proprietary processes and meticulous execution are our keys to maintaining long term client relationships.”

Blue Lotus Communications is a five-and-a-half-year old agency that commenced operations in October 2002. The agency currently has a list of 50 retainer clients and 100 consultants across its eight offices.

The agency is headquartered in Mumbai with branches in Delhi, Chennai, Kolkota, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Pune, Ahmedabad and Chandigarh. The other business lines of the group include a design boutique called Mustard Designs, and Blue Bytes, an information logistics cell.


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