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Ogilvy Public Relations bags Ambit RSM's business

13-May-2005
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Ogilvy Public Relations bags Ambit RSM's business

Ogilvy Public Relations, a division of Ogilvy & Mather India, has won the Ambit RSM's business. Ambit Corporate Finance is into investment banking and RSM is into consultancy services.

Ogilvy PR is the most successful 360-degree integrated PR division among advertising agencies in India. Ajay Kakar, President of Ogilvy PR in India, is also Executive Director & Head, Financial Practice, Ogilvy & Mather. Ogilvy India has been ranked No. 1 on all parameters in Brand Equity's Ad Agency Reckoner 2005. The survey rankings were present in the recent issue of the Economic Times.

Elated at the results, Piyush Pandey, Executive Chairman & National Creative Director, O&M India & South Asia, said, "This is the 3rd Agency Reckoner by Economic Times' Brand Equity and Ogilvy India is the No.1 agency for the third time. What's even more important is that we are rated No. 1 on each and every parameter, and an overall rating of 9.9 on a scale of 10. Undoubtedly, this is the proudest moment of my career."

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