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Blue Lotus gets business worth over Rs 40 m

10-June-2005
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Blue Lotus gets business worth over Rs 40 m

Blue Lotus Communications Consultancy, one of the fastest growing PR agencies in India, has recently bagged new business worth over Rs 40 million over the last month.

Adding clients from diverse sectors such as hospitality, healthcare, social development and finance, the agency has projected a capitalised billing of Rs 500 million. Some of the significant clients in Blue Lotus’ portfolio are Trend Micro, Habitat International, Johnson & Johnson Acuvue, Mahindra Special Services Group, Bristlecone Ltd., Computer Society of India, among others.

N Chandramouli, CEO of the agency, said, “Blue Lotus believes in extreme transparency and accountability with its clients and that has proven to be our biggest strength. Our fundamentals have always been rooted in commitment, values and deliverables. As someone has said, the more we change, the more we remain the same. When we were a 2-person agency, our only focus was our clients, and today, as an agency with 50 people and 5 offices nationwide, we still grow on our strength of client focus”

“Blue Lotus has grown by 200 per cent each year since its inception and we will continue to grow at a similar rate over the next few years. By this financial year end, we expect to achieve a capitalised turnover of approximately Rs 40 crore, simultaneously growing our strength to about 100 people,” Chandramouli added.

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