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Infectious wins creative mandate for Pinnacle Neelanchal

26-September-2014
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Infectious wins creative mandate for Pinnacle Neelanchal

Infectious has been signed on as the communications partner for Pinnacle Groups new residential project in Sus – Neelanchal. Infectious will be responsible for the branding, positioning and all their marketing and communication requirements.  The multi-media campaign releases today.

The Pinnacle Group is a Pune-based real estate company, which was started in 1996. Since then they have completed more than 25 redevelopment projects and have more than 700 satisfied homeowners. Neelanchal is their latest offering. It is a 16 acre residential project, coming up in Sus. The project has many unique, first time features, which have been thought through keeping consumer needs.

Ramanuj Shastry, Co-founder & Director, Infectious said, “It will be a pleasure working with the Pinnacle Group as they are thorough professionals. The attention to detail and thought given to the Pinnacle Neelanchal project is simply awe-inspiring. We look forward to doing some truly engaging work with them.”

Nisha Singhania, Co-founder & Director, Infectious added, “Neelanchal is an extremely thought through project. Its features are not just nice to have amenities, but ones that keep people and their needs at the core. The team at Pinnacle Group is very dynamic and believe in perfection. It is our pleasure to work on this project and we look forward to doing some great work for them.”

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