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Grasshoppers adds Nasscom, Cellnext Solutions, Tecnova India accounts to its kitty

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Grasshoppers adds Nasscom, Cellnext Solutions, Tecnova India accounts to its kitty

Delhi-based Grasshoppers has recently bagged three accounts – Nasscom, Cellnext Solutions Ltd and Tecnova India. Increasing its focus on IT and telecom industries, Grasshoppers is all set to deliver solutions and assistance to these companies, thereby expediting the scope of global returns. The combined account size is in the region of Rs 2 crore.

Grasshoppers would be handling the media duties for Nasscom, which acts as a catalyst for growth in the software driven IT industry in India.

The agency has bagged the creative duties for Cellnext Solutions and Tecnova India. Cellnext is an ISO 9001:2000 certified company and has a wide product portfolio, viz, wireless messaging engines, content aggregation and delivering services and enterprise applications. Tecnova India is one of the fastest growing management consultancy firms specialising in providing workable strategy solutions and implementation assistance to global companies for leveraging the ‘India advantage’.

Commenting on the wins, Arjun Banerjee, CEO, Grasshoppers, said, “Grasshoppers, in a span of four years, has given strategy based communication solutions to the industry at large. Innovative communication ideas and inventive methodology have always been the key to our competitive edge.”

The agency recently unveiled an event called ‘Ourchive’ to mark its birthday celebrations. An initiative to initiate people, the event was aimed at combining the power of words and visuals to create some thought provoking ads and give advertising a more meaningful purpose.


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