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Media Mantra bags 15 accounts in a span of 60 days

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Media Mantra bags 15 accounts in a span of 60 days

Independent Image Management and Communications firm, Media Mantra has announced an addition of 15 new accounts to its diverse portfolio in a span of 60 days. The consultancy has bagged clients across sectors including Education, IT,E-commerce, Real Estate, Healthcare, Government and more.

Few prominent accounts include ELI India- a part of Eli Global, and Rashtriya Sanskriti Mahotsav 2016, the largest cultural festival in India, organised by the Ministry of Culture, Government of India. The mega event was graced by the presence of Hon’ble President of India Pranab Mukherjee and Hon’ble Minister of Home Affairs of India, Rajnath Singh along with other eminent ministers and dignitaries.

 “Media Mantra has done it again” said Udit Pathak, Director, MediaMantra. “We are thrilled to have the privilege of partnering with a diverse set of clientele ranging from corporates, start-ups to Government. Our expertise in accelerating brand visibility has well positioned Media Mantra as an integral part of business and therefore, has efficiently carved a niche for our organisation in the business arena. We are proud that Media Mantra is now expanding its horizon and exploring different avenues, as we continue to take lead as one of the fastest growing independent PR consultancies in India.”

Media Mantra started operations with a two-member team and has remarkably grown over years through client and journalist referrals. It is strengthened by a cohesive network across the country and prolific relationships with prominent media platforms.

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