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Kreate Advertising on aggressive growth path; adds slew of new wins

16-August-2010
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Kreate Advertising on aggressive growth path; adds slew of new wins

At a time when bigger agencies are vying for and winning mega businesses like Coca Cola, Airtel, Reliance Communications and the like, smaller agencies are not to be left behind. Started eight years ago by Dhaval Mehta, Mumbai-based Kreate Advertising has been having a busy July and August.

The agency has bagged the creative duties for clients like Mitashi Edutainment, Camlin Ltd (2mm mechanical pencils), Aditya Jyot Eye Hospital, ASTM (a Zicom initiative), Sipaah!, Dairy Mill (milk and milk products) and Gold Genie India (tailormade 24 karat gold plated gadgets) in these two months.

Commenting on the agency’s growth path, Dhaval Mehta, CMD, Kreate Advertising, told exchange4media, “We believe in an all round approach towards a brand, which means we initiate and get involved in the brand right from the ground zero level. This means not being content with just the brief given by the client, but to question the positioning and brainstorm on the entire process of the final destination of the brand. Thus, we provide a complete futuristic vision to the client, leveraging the product potential to the fullest.”

Kreate Advertising has positioned itself as a one-stop shop solution provider for all forms of creative communication across all media. The agency provides services ranging from branding, conceptualising and designing creative campaigns for print, outdoor, online and television, packaging, BTL activity, website designing, PR activity, product launches, celebrity management, events, exhibitions, stall designing, audio visual presentations, corporate films, AVI, TVC, marketing strategies, product photo shoot, model photo shoot, radio scripts and jingles.

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