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Mudra Ahmedabad wins global staffing specialist Empresaria Group

17-June-2008
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Mudra Ahmedabad wins global staffing specialist Empresaria Group

Mudra Ahmedabad has won the account of international staffing specialist Empresaria Group Plc, headed by entrepreneur Miles Hunt. Mudra Ahmedabad has specialised in catering to the brand communication needs of entrepreneurs for over two decades.

In the past, it has successfully launched and nurtured brands from Paras Pharmaceuticals, Zydus Cadilla, Nirma, Electrotherm, Adani Group and a host of regional brands.

Commenting on the win, Chandan Nath, President, Mudra Ahmedabad, said, "We are proud to be associated with a group of international stature. Rather than resting on our laurels, we continue to focus on building a roster of entrepreneurial clients. Now with Empresaria on board, we have taken our business initiatives to a global level. This is a good beginning."

Miles Hunt, CEO and Founder of Empresaria, said, "I am delighted to work with Mudra Ahmedabad at such a key period in Empresaria's history. Over the past 12 months, the group has grown significantly, doubling its revenue and pre-tax profits, as well as considerably expanding its global footprint with a number of significant acquisitions in new territories. As a result, we needed to look at our brand communications to assist our business targets going forward, and have therefore appointed Mudra Ahmedabad to help us develop our brand further."

The contract covers a number of aspects related to the development Empresaria's brand communications, including the redesign of the company's website and intranet, as well as other activities.

Mudra Ahmedabad's recent new business wins include Star Cements, Gujarat Tourism and Renovau Telecom.

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