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Carat Fresh PR, part of the Aegis Media Group, has won the PR mandate for radio taxi service provider

On awarding the business to Carat Fresh, Avinash Gupta, CEO, said, “We are extremely delighted to partner with Carat Fresh Integrated and are looking forward to a strong and successful association. The agency will be responsible for building brand awareness, corporate reputation and strategic visibility for the business in India. They have a very successful track record and the required insights the ability to understand our business.”

Reacting to the win, Sidharth Ghosh, Vice President, Carat Fresh Integrated said, “We are truly excited to be associated with, which operates in a challenging segment like radio taxi service. We are confident of supporting’s business objectives with our insight-driven strategy and effective communications.” 


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