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Oak’s Management Consultancy aims at Rs 7 crore billings by 2007

06-July-2005
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Oak’s Management Consultancy aims at Rs 7 crore billings by 2007

Oak’s recently won the mandate for the Sprint Telecom launch in partnership with Triton. It also handled Indian Oil’s ‘Aish in Malaysia’ campaign is association with Leo Burnett. It was touted as one of India’s largest ever ground activation projects.

Oak’s has some challenging projects in hand for World Mart (China), Adani Wilmar, Eureka Forbes, Sprint Telecom (USA) and many more besides a string of MICE businesses lined up well into 2006.

Said Rahul Gomes, CEO, Oak’s Management, “Clients today look for innovation for their brands to stand out from the clutter in both media as well as run of the mill events. Our job is to come up with something different, avenues that offer both value for money as well as results. We have always preferred being in the background as our work speaks for itself.”

Oak’s has achieved capitalized billings of Rs 5 crore and aims to reach Rs 7 crore by 2007. It has worked across categories with brands like Bajaj Electricals, Samsung Electronics, Philips, Hyundai Electronics, UDV, BPL Electronics, Water Kingdom, Tops Group Securities, UTI Bank, SCB, Citibank and TIE (USA) to name a few.

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