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LinOpinion announces 16 new business wins

24-July-2013
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LinOpinion announces 16 new business wins

LinOpinion Public Relations has announced several new business wins across key sectors, including education, real estate and retail. Some of the brands that have chosen LinOpinion as their communications partner include Shapoorji Pallonji Group, Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies (NMIMS University), ScribeTECH, Herbalife, ATS Infrastructure, Rapid Metrorail Gurgaon, NEC India, Merino Industries, Isenberg, Poddar Developers, Wadhwa Group, Rio Tinto Diamonds, and ITC Grand Chola.

Apart from these, the consultancy has also added three more channels – Discovery Kids, Discovery Science and Discovery Turbo from Discovery Networks Asia-Pacific (South Asia) bouquet and will now represent its seven channels in the country.

To further boost its growth plans, LinOpinion has also brought on board senior talent from the industry and widened its reach to new cities, which the agency has identified as important news hubs.

Commenting on the new business wins, Ameer Ismail, Executive Director, Lowe Lintas & Partners said, “We have started the year on a high, partnering with some of the best brands and are very bullish about keeping up the momentum. At LinOpinion, we follow a solution-focused approach and often advise clients to adopt a strategy apart from traditional PR.”

Kavita Lakhani, President, LinOpinion and Executive Vice President, Lowe Lintas & Partners added here, “What’s worked for LinOpinion is our ability to preempt the client’s needs and interpret the brief perfectly. We believe in creating simple, yet impactful campaigns that are rooted in key consumer insights.” 

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