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Famous Innovations bags five new accounts

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Famous Innovations bags five new accounts

 The first quarter is progressing well for Famous Innovations as they have added five new businesses in their portfolio. The list includes Sobha Properties, Haier Electronics, A private label by Myntra, Sikkim Manipal University – DE and Kottaram Agro Foods’ Soulfull Cereals. The agency will be handling the creative mandate for all of them.

Speaking on the win, Raj Kamble, Founder and CCO, Famous Innovations commented, "We are thrilled and honoured to have all of these brands on board. However, winning the business is just the beginning. Each of these brands is poised to do something meaningful and game changing in their respective categories and the journey begins here. We are looking forward to do strategic work that builds the brands in the long-term, not just one-off TV ads."

Famous Innovations, the three and a half-year old agency was recently listed among the World's Top 14 Independent Agencies and has a roster of clients including Raymond, Titan, Lakme Salon, Movies Now, Romedy Now, Zoom TV, Mahindra, Tata Housing,, Vadilal Ice-Creams, Forbes Magazine, etc. 


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