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Infectious wins creative duties of MyPacco

15-October-2015
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Infectious wins creative duties of MyPacco

Infectious has been signed on as the communications partner for MyPacco, a home-to-home online courier service, started by serial entrepreneurs; Vinay Bhartia and Mukesh Aggarwal.

MyPacco is an online logistics start up, specialising in home-to-home online courier service. Their mission is to democratise courier services in India making it accessible and affordable – through improved logistics, processes and economies of scale.  They have invested in the very latest digital logistics systems and technologies to help more people send more things to their loved ones.

They have an extensive network that helps deliver in over two hundred countries, two thousand cities and in more than twenty thousand pin codes. They also have an on ground presence through retail tie-ups with reputed retail chains like Vakrangee, The Mobile Store and 24X7 Stores.

Ramanuj Shastry, Co-founder & Director, Infectious, said, “My Pacco is a Home to Home Online Courier company that has the potential to transform courier business the way Uber and Zomato have transformed transportation and dining today. We hope to make history'.”

Nisha Singhania, Co-founder & Director, Infectious, pointed out, “They are a young team and their enthusiasm is infectious. The service is brilliant and much needed in the consumer space. We look forward to doing some exciting work for them.”

Mukesh Agarwal, Co-founder, MyPacco said, "Being a start-up, we found Infectious to be our ideal partner. Their starting point is solving the business problem, which is refreshing. Their quick response time and out of the box ideation abilities made us choose them as our agency."

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