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Noshe Oceanic wins Orris Infrastructure account

19-February-2007
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Noshe Oceanic wins Orris Infrastructure account

Noshe Oceanic has won the Orris Infrastructure account. Orris is a new entrant in the realty space with a number of upcoming projects. Noshe will assist Orris in its advertising and communication strategy to help establish the brand. The account is worth around Rs 10 crore.

On the reasons for awarding the account to Noshe, Vijay Gupta, Managing Director, Orris Infrastructure, said, “We are here to provide quality real estate solutions to our clients. With a host of projects coming up, we were on the lookout for an advertising agency that can carve a niche for us. We did not want to compromise on the marketing and communications strategy. Noshe has the infrastructure and bandwidth to help us make our presence felt.”

The agency will soon create a batch of effective advertising through a 360-degree media plan. Said Asheesh Sethi, President, Noshe Oceanic, “In the highly competitive real estate industry, Orris has arrived with loads of promise. Noshe will first announce their arrival with a burst of advertising and effective communication products like brochures, etc. Once that is done, we intend to go full steam ahead towards establishing their projects, and generate know-how within its target groups.”

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