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CMCG India adds PR accounts of Ford India, ICC to its kitty

07-August-2006
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CMCG India adds PR accounts of Ford India, ICC to its kitty

CMCG India has been busy of late, winning the PR accounts of Ford India, Global Cricket Corporation and the ICC Development (International) Ltd to its kitty. CMCG India bagged the Ford India account following a multi-agency pitch. CMCG will provide strategic PR support to Ford India towards its corporate, marketing and media initiatives.

Speaking on the win, Samir Kale, Managing Director, CMCG India, said, “Ford is a legendary automotive brand, and the company is exceptionally committed to the Indian market. We look forward to a long and mutually beneficial relationship with Ford India.”

CMCG had also recently signed on Global Cricket Corporation (GCC) and the ICC Development (International) Ltd (IDI), the commercial arm of the International Cricket Council, to work on the anti-infringement programmes in a lead up to the Champions Trophy 2006 and the World Cup 2007.

Other recent additions to the CMCG client list include Xilinx Inc, the worldwide leader of programmable logic solutions, F-Secure Corporation, the leading global anti-virus solution provider, and Mutual Art, Inc, the New York headquartered company that offers new financial service products for the art world.

Established in 1994, CMCG India has offices in Mumbai, New Delhi, Bangalore and Chennai. The PR agency has tie-ups with Ruderfinn Inc, one of largest independent PR agencies headquartered in New York, and The Hoffman Agency, the leading technology PR agency headquartered in San Jose, USA, to provide a seamless global support network.

The agency also has a specialised communications consultancy focusing exclusively on the business of sports called SportzPR.

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