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Actimedia PR bags ITC My Fortune and Lavie

22-July-2014
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Actimedia PR bags ITC My Fortune and Lavie

Actimedia, the PR & Communications agency has announced a series of new account wins.

On the back of accounts such as Limeroad.com, Disney, Sheraton Park Hotel and Towers, the agency has bagged a host of clients – Lavie, ITC My Fortune, Grasim, Big Door, Shree Raj Mahal Jewellers, Dvar and Jet Gems.

The new accounts further add to Actimedia’s experience across different sectors adding premium hospitality brand ITC My Fortune; Grasim, fabrics & apparel for the self-made man;  Big Door, a delightful interiors & jewellery store, Dvar, a store with select designer from across India and the vibrant bag brand, Lavie.

Actimedia PR, which already has a strong roster of jewellery brands such as Forevermark and Platinum Guild of India, has also signed on two more jewellery brands – Jet Gems and Shree Raj Mahal Jewellers, who is also the title sponsor of the India Couture Week.

With strong foothold in lifestyle PR space, the team at Actimedia is considerably upbeat. “At Actimedia PR, we do what we love and we love what we do. Lifestyle brands need a holistic approach to communications and our team specialises in that. We partner with our clients on their communications platform, strengthening their positioning, and focus on quality parameters rather than volumes,” said Amitabh Saksena, Director, Actimedia PR & Communications.
 

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