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EveryMedia Technologies bags Marketing Innovation Award (Social) for 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan'

12-February-2016
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EveryMedia Technologies bags Marketing Innovation Award (Social) for 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan'

EveryMedia Technologies recently won the Marketing Innovation Award (Social) for its ground breaking digital marketing campaigns for the film ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ produced by Salman Khan Films.

EveryMedia won this award for the tremendous success of their innovative campaign encompassing multilingual social media marketing, fan engagement initiatives, video promotions and Digital PR.

Amar Butala, COO, Salman Khan Films said, “Bajrangi Bhaijaan is a film that combines entertaining content with a powerful message. A film like this required a path breaking campaign in order to build a connection between the audience and the characters. We are happy to have partnered with EveryMedia for their innovative integrated social media campaigns. The film created exceptional buzz and we are happy to have made such an impact on our global audience.”

Speaking about the award, Gautam B. Thakker, CEO, EveryMedia Technologies said, “This is a very proud moment for EveryMedia and we thank DMA India for acknowledging our work. We are grateful to Salman Khan Films; not only for the trust and encouragement but also for the creative freedom they give us. This honour pushes us to do even better in the future.”

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