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Everymedia Technologies wins digital duties of Suzlon

17-January-2015
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Everymedia Technologies wins digital duties of Suzlon

Everymedia Technologies has recently bagged digital duties for Suzlon - the renewable energy company, which is the world’s fifth largest wind turbine supplier. As part of the mandate which was won after a multi-agency pitch, the agency will take care of the brand’s social media and SEO marketing by promoting it in their campaign – “Winds of Change”.

With its presence in Asia, Australia, Europe, Africa and North and South America, ‘Suzlon Energy Limited’, is spread across over 30 nations. Ravi Muthreja, Group Head Corporate Communication, Suzlon said, “We’re looking forward to working with Everymedia on building a strong digital presence for ‘Suzlon’. They proved to have an insightful understanding of the energy industry and their innovative plans seem fit to address the current issue. The internet and social media have become an essential part of our lives today and we’re hoping the ‘Winds of Change’ digital campaign will do wonders on all platforms".

On bagging the account, the CEO of Everymedia Technologies Gautam B. Thakker, said, “We are excited to foray into the renewable energy sector with Suzlon and are looking forward to work with the brand. Our main plan is to be inventive and create ground-breaking digital campaigns while keeping the brand’s ethos in mind and finally building a strong digital community for Suzlon.”

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