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Madison PR adds 45 clients in 2014-15

31-March-2015
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Madison PR adds 45 clients in 2014-15

Madison Public Relations has announced that 2014-15 is the 3rd consecutive year for high growth for the agency. The agency has added 45 new marquee brands to its portfolio. The Agency attributes its success to its innovative campaigns, digital PR, measurable business results and a strong work-life culture.

The agency has significantly expanded its portfolio in high growth verticals of Hospitality and Entertainment. During the year the agency has acquired clients like Marriott International, JW Marriott- Mumbai Juhu, JW Marriott - Mumbai Sahar, Courtyard by Marriott - Mumbai International Airport, Shangri-La Bangalore, Tata Power DDL, H&R Johnson, Asian Paints, Satyug Gold, TaxiForSure, Apollo Dental, Apollo Sugar, Maxi Vision, Soch Apparels, Sapna Book House, IIT Bombay, amongst others.

Sam Balsara, Chairman & Managing Director, Madison World, said, "Increasingly more and more clients are wanting to augment their advertising spends through intelligent use of what the Public Relations discipline has to offer and I am glad that Madison PR has a cutting edge offering in this discipline which has registered substantial growth for the 3rd consecutive year."

Commenting on this year’s performance CEO, Paresh Chaudhry said, "As India's economic growth firms up, Corporate India is demanding sharper insights, strategic partnerships and world-class execution. Increase in Digital innovation and engaging influencer- communication has led us to win National and International awards. I am extremely proud of my team's deep commitment and passion to delight our clients. The year gone by has been a milestone in the journey of Madison PR with tremendous efforts being made in channelizing communications towards the digital route and the growth is a testament to Madison PR's ability to address today's dynamic client needs”.

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