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RMG David aiming at Rs 30 crore billings in 2002

05-November-2001
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RMG David aiming at Rs 30 crore billings in 2002

RMG David is targeting Rs 30 crore billings next year. It claims to have already won business worth Rs 20 crore in the first year of its existence. RMG David was set up in India to handle the conflicting businesses of Ogilvy & Mather.

Among is clients are Benetton, Indiantimes.com, Rosy Pelican, Cuticura, Bullet, Lawman etc. The agency is planning to set up a branch in Chennai in addition to its offices in Delhi and Mumbai. According to the industry sources the agency will go after the clients of all the large agencies.

Internationally, RMG is a two year brand of WPP group having set up operations in UK, Frankfurt, Hong Kong and Singapore. However, in India the company added the suffix David to the RMG brand to show it was a small agency.

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