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Vizeum bags media mandate for HDFC Bank

10-June-2015
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Vizeum bags media mandate for HDFC Bank

After adding businesses like Hindware, Jet Privilege, VGP Universal Kingdom in quick succession over the last 2 months, Vizeum just announced their appointment as the media AoR for HDFC Bank.

According to a company statement, “with its customer centric focus, HDFC Bank has been constantly innovating in many areas and is looking at many new offerings and future growth.  The appointment of Vizeum is seen to be in line with this.” 

Commenting on the win, S Yesudas, Managing Director Indian Subcontinent, Vizeum said “We are delighted with this win. In a market cluttered with many “big” names, we launched Vizeum 5 years ago. We work with our undying spirit, passion and commitment on each of our clients who trust us with their precious resources. This I believe attracts others to us. There can’t be a better proof of our pudding.  Our clients are truly our ambassadors. We are delighted with our partnership with HDFC Bank and will strive to add them to that list within a very short span. This business will be handled out of our Mumbai office by Samarjit Rajkumar, EVP, Vizeum and his able team”

Vizeum, part of the Dentsu Aegis Network, is headquartered in London. Vizeum operates in 55 countries with the philosophy of creating consumer connections for brands that can count

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