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Lodestar UM bags media duties of Duroflex

05-April-2017
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Lodestar UM bags media duties of Duroflex

Following a multi-agency pitch, Lodestar UM has bagged the media duties of premium mattress brand, Duroflex. The account will be serviced out of the agency’s Bangalore office.

The 50-year-old brand that started with a small manufacturing plant along the quiet canal at Alleppey, Kerala, is currently investing heavily in its second phase of growth that encompasses aggressive retail expansion and a new line of products.

Mathew Joseph, Director Marketing - Duroflex, said, “We are pleased to have a leading media agency, Lodestar UM, onboard. We were impressed by their planning strength and their quick understanding of our marketing task, a flexible and collaborative approach in developing a plan that meets our needs and priorities. We look forward to Lodestar UM partner us on our new phase of growth journey.”

“Consumers are increasingly getting more aware of the fact that good sleep pattern can lead to several health benefits. A good night’s sleep is essential for productivity, overall energy, and physical and mental agility. As a company, Duroflex understands this and is a pioneer in offering newer technologies to the consumers. We are extremely proud to partner them in their next phase of growth,” said Vaishali Verma, COO, Lodestar UM.

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