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iProspect India adds 3 new clients to its kitty in the last quarter

04-April-2017
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iProspect India adds 3 new clients to its kitty in the last quarter

iProspect India, the digital agency from Dentsu Aegis Network, won three new clients in the quarter ended March, namely BloombergQuint, HCL Technologies, and IndiaProperty.

Digital news platform BloombergQuint has assigned iProspect India its Paid Media services and will be serviced from Mumbai. Leading Information Technology company HCL Technologies will be serviced from New Delhi and has partnered with iProspect India for Search Engine Optimization (SEO). On the other hand, IndiaProperty, one of the premier property websites in the country, will be serviced from Bengaluru, and has awarded iProspect India its Search Engine Marketing (SEM) and Paid Media mandates.

Speaking of the new clients on board, Rubeena Singh, CEO, iProspect India said, “We are thrilled to have started the new year with multiple new clients. Each of these brands have entrusted us with specific digital marketing requirements and we are glad to join hands with them in achieving these goals. What’s encouraging is that they span across different sectors. We look forward to strategizing and executing innovative, creative, and effective digital campaigns for them.”

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