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TME bags Fortis Securities and Taneja Developers accounts worth a business of Rs 15 cr

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TME bags Fortis Securities and Taneja Developers accounts worth a business of Rs 15 cr

The Media Edge (TME) has added two back-to-back wins in its Delhi office. The new wins include Fortis Securities Ltd and Taneja Developers and Infrastructure Ltd (TDI). Both businesses come in the wake of a multi-agency pitch and together amount to a business of Rs 12-15 crore.

For Anupriya Acharya, President, TME, the wins were a good start to the New Year. “There is immense potential in Delhi as a market, but in the absence of a head for a good part of last year, we were not able to focus on growth there. But now, with Shan joining us and settling down well, the wins come as no surprise at all,” she said.

Shan Jain, Head of TME Delhi operations, added, “We have signed both these accounts and even as I say this, we are in the process of signing a couple of more accounts shortly.”

Fortis Securities, a Ranbaxy promoter group company, provides various financial services that include broking (stocks and commodities), depository participant services, portfolio management services, advisory on mutual fund investments, etc.

TDI, on its part, has some significant projects under its umbrella like Palm Court in Gurgaon and the TDI Westside Mall, better known as 3C’s in Delhi’s Lajpat Nagar. Apart from these, many more projects are coming up in and around Delhi.


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