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LINOpinion bags 10 new brands, adds billings worth Rs 8.04 crore in H1 2006

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LINOpinion bags 10 new brands, adds billings worth Rs 8.04 crore in H1 2006

LINOpinion, the PR division of Lintas, has been quite active this year, bagging a host of new accounts in the practice areas of finance, corporate, pharmaceuticals, entertainment and lifestyle, FMCG and telecom.

Commenting on the new account wins, Ameer Ismail, President, LINOpinion, said, “We offer our clients specialist teams by employing the best quality talent that India can offer. Our focus is on breakthrough ideas that deliver meaningful results.”

Kavita Lakhani, Vice-President, LINOpinion, said, “We pride ourself on nurturing brands. LINOpinion’s interest is in select, long-term client partnerships.”

The brands bagged by LINOpinion in the fields of entertainment, travel and lifestyle include Animax, Warner Bros,, Spice Mall and Multiplex, Atria Millennium Mall and Spinach Retail; in the corporate and finance practice areas the brands won include Carrier Aircon, GM Pens, Stanchart Private Equity, Principal Asset Management and Voyager Private Equity; while in pharmaceuticals and telecom there were Advanced Medical Optics, Dabur Pharma (Oncquest) and Spice Ltd. Most of these were won in competitive pitches.


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