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LINOpinion completes ten years

10-June-2005
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LINOpinion completes ten years

LINOpinion, the public relations division of Lintas India, has recently completed ten years of its operations. Not only the agency has achieved a milestone by completing ten years, but the past few months have proved to be quite favoruable for the agency. The agency has acquired some prestigious projects like Actis Technologies, which is one of the leading systems integrator. Columbia Tristar’s action comedy Kung Fu Hustle and Frames 2005 for Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industries also fell in its kitty.

Besides these, LINOpinion has bagged clients like State Trading Corporation, Modi Spice from the UK Modi Group and well-known food chain Nirula’s in the Delhi market.

Ameer Ismail, President, LINOpinion and Advent, said, “This is another excellent year for us with a booming economy fueling our growth. A 90 per cent win rate has cemented our position as India's leading PR agency. This last decade has seen LINOpinion expanding its offering from a traditional media relations firm to ensuring business connect for clients.”

Apart from that, the agency has also bagged assignments with some leading international clients including consumer products giant SC Johnson, leading energy sector player Coal & Oil and America's first research university, Johns Hopkins University.

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