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Oxygen Communications on a client-winning spree

29-October-2005
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Oxygen Communications on a client-winning spree

Oxygen Communications is on a client-winning spree. The agency recently bagged big brands like Havells Fans and Bulbs (account size: Rs 8 crore), Crabtree switches and bathroom fittings (account size: Rs 4 crore) and premium cutlery brand Forks and Spoons (account size: Rs 2 crore), Girl Forever store (account size: Rs 1.5 crore), among others, informed Aniruddha Mukherjee, Director, Communication Designs, Oxygen Communications.

Oxygen Communications, Director, Business & Applications, Manav Sadhwani said, “In Hyderabad, we won two accounts of Sresta bio-products (account size: Rs 2 crore) and Zuti software designing company.”

The agency’s Director, Integrated Idea, Tarun Das further said, “In Lucknow, we have bagged the Rotas Projects Ltd account. Rotas Projects is a real estate company and we have launched four of their projects. The account size is over Rs 7 crore.”

He added. “We have also bagged the Genesis Club hospitality business. We are promoting the racecourse. We also have Khushalu Krishi Kendra, which is an agricultural mall.”

The other clients of Oxygen Communications include TNS Global, Kalpana Sarees and Indhome Fashion. The agency also does below line business for Hyundai and Revlon, and has also done a lot for WHO and Red Cross.

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