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Mindshare bags media duties of Housing.com

10-June-2014
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Mindshare bags media duties of Housing.com

Real estate portal Housing.com has appointed Mindshare to handle its media duties.

Established in 2012, Housing.com caters to individuals looking at purchasing and renting properties across Mumbai, Delhi, Pune, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, and Kolkata, among others.

The portal is set to make headway in advertising soon with GroupM’s media agency Mindshare doing extensive media planning and buying for the same.

Speaking on the win, Ravi Rao, Leader- South Asia, Mindshare said, “This is an interesting category with a huge canvas for creativity. We look forward to working with Housing.com to ensure delivery of targeted and innovative campaigns that add maximum value to the company.”

Rahul Yadav, Co-Founder, Housing.com said, “We sought a partner who could match our speed and agility which is much required in the dotcom space. Mindshare fit the bill perfectly as they were able to understand our business and share the same values. We are confident that they would be able to provide us differentiated landmark media solutions.” 

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