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Indore-based Deepak Advertising gets INS accreditation

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Indore-based Deepak Advertising gets INS accreditation

Deepak Advertising Agency, an Indore-based ad agency, has got accreditation from the Indian Newspaper Society (INS). The agency claims to be among the select few agencies in India that have been accredited directly without going through the required provision period. An INS certification means that the agency has now got business acknowledgement from all the national media houses.

Commenting on the development, Deepak Jetha, Managing Director, Deepak Advertising, said, “We are really happy to get the INS accreditation. We are already getting good business and this will help us in getting an international clientele. We are looking forward to further expansion in North India.”

Recently, the agency has expanded its service segments and is now a complete communication house. The agency provides 360-degree communications solutions, including advertising, designing, events, research, public relations, and direct selling, etc., along with all other ATL and BTL services to its clients.


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