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Six Inches wins creative duties of Anagram Capital’s new online trading platform

06-January-2010
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Six Inches wins creative duties of Anagram Capital’s new online trading platform

Following a multi-agency pitch, Anagram Capital Ltd, a leading retail broking house in India, has appointed Six Inches Communications Pvt Ltd to handle the creative duties of the launch of a new online trading platform. The launch budget has been set for Rs 3 crore.

Six Inches Communications is a creative and integrated marketing company providing solutions to organisations on brand strategising, creative services, below the line and online services.

Reacting to the win, Pravin Shah, Founder & Managing Director, Six Inches Communication, said, “This is a great kickstart for the year. Anagram has shown faith in our work and we will go the extra mile to deliver the best.”

Commenting on the engagement, Mayank Shah, CEO, Anagram Capital Ltd, said, “A couple of meetings with Six Inches gave us the confidence that we would be placing our creative mandate in the right hands. Their experience and understanding of the equity markets, combined with the creative thought process and passion they bring on the table, is impressive.”

Anagram Capital Ltd is part of the Lalbhai Group. The company offers a wide range of services for the discerning equity investor, which includes corporations, financial institutions, high net-worth individuals and retail investors.

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