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TryAngles bags events, promotions account of CitiBank’s Women’s Banking Div.

05-November-2005
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TryAngles bags events, promotions account of CitiBank’s Women’s Banking Div.

TryAngles Entertainment and Communications has bagged the events and promotional activities account of CitiBank’s Women Banking Division. TryAngles has been in existence for the last five years and provides complete solutions to all needs in this sphere, ranging from conceptualisation to execution and delivering a final product tailormade to suit client requirements.

Speaking on the win, Saugat Bhattacharya, Director, TryAngles, said, “We feel extremely honoured. Our role will be to do the promotional events for the customers of CitiBank’s Women Banking Division innovatively and creatively. We believe in communication through the medium of entertainment. Whether it’s external marketing or internal communications, we help our clients tell their own value story. This is what TryAngles does best. We understand our clients’ needs and we listen.”

The company’s strengths lies in its in-house resources, in the form of exceptional creative talent, out-of-the-box and effective ideas, strong infrastructure and a competent management team. The people behind the team include David Calderhead, Varun Raj and Bhattacharya himself.

The company’s client list includes AWU, Amore Parla Casa, HDFC Standard Life Insurance, HDFC Bank, Siyarams, Union Bank, World Wide Records India, Oikos India, Human Kapital Consulting, Reliance, Saraswat Bank, Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies and Mocha - Coffees & Conversations.

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