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Tree adds Delphique, Millennium Spire, Carnation, Bluo-O to its kitty

17-July-2009
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Tree adds Delphique, Millennium Spire, Carnation, Bluo-O to its kitty

Tree, the agency that was started in 2008 by two senior advertising professionals – Arnab Chatterjee and Kapil Dhawan – has been busy adding new clients to its portfolio in the past two months. These include clients like Delphique, Millennium Spire, Carnation and Bluo-O.

Commenting on the new wins, Kapil Dhawan said, “Delphique is an India-based company and exporters of multi-needle high-end embroidery products. The account size is worth Rs 20 lakh. We have done corporate identity, branding, and merchandising for Delphique. This apart, we have also won Millennium Spire’s construction project, called Spire Edge. It is commercial project in Manesar, Haryana. We have done an ad campaign, besides OOH and BTL activities for them.”

Dhawan further said, “We have also won the Carnation business. Carnation has opened outlets all over India in buying and selling. We are doing BTL, brand identity, store branding and branding campaigns for them. Bluo-O is a bowling alley at the Ambience Mall. We are doing print, BTL and in-store branding for them.”

The agency currently has a 15-strong creative team, besides five consultants.

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