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Rediffusion Y&R wins creative duties of Everest Building Solutions

12-May-2015
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Rediffusion Y&R wins creative duties of Everest Building Solutions

Building solutions company Everest has awarded its creative duties to Rediffusion Y&R. The mandate will be handled out of the agency’s Delhi office.

Speaking about the development,  Manish Sanghi, Managing Director, Everest Industries said, “In depth domain knowledge and innovative ideas of the team at Rediffusion Y & R made us choose them as our creative agency. The agency’s understanding of our business gave us the confidence on their plans and commitment to take brand Everest to the next level. Together, we hope to make Everest a high value brand in all categories of the building solutions space that we operate in.”

Commenting on the Win, group President, Rediffusion Y&R, Dhunji Wadia, says, “It is always exciting when new clients put their faith in our agency.  The team is proud and looking forward to do some exciting work.”

Suman Varma, Head of Operations, Rediffusion Y & R North, adds "We are delighted with the win and hope to live up to the client expectation."

Rediffusion Y & R North's client roster includes Videocon, Virgin Atlantic, Xerox, Paras Dairy, IFFCO,  JX Nippon, Godfrey Philips, Hotels.com, among others.

A strong presence in the country for over 79 years to Everest provides complete building solutions for all. Everest products are retailed in 6000 points across India and exported in high volumes to Asia, Africa, Australia and Europe.
 

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