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Mediaturf Worldwide makes it to final at iMedia Connection awards

02-December-2004
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Mediaturf Worldwide makes it to final at iMedia Connection awards

Mediaturf Worldwide has been nominated as a finalist at the iMedia Connection Creative Competition, winter 2004. Iqara Broadband, whose site capture has been done by Mediaturf worldwide is among the global online industry’s top 12 creatives selected as finalists.

V Ramani, CEO, Mediaturf, states, “The iMedia Connection Awards are prestigious in the global online space and being nominated is an achievement in itself. It’s a proud moment not just for Mediaturf but for the entire Indian online community.”

The ad unit received 22,228 clicks in a single day. Mediaturf Worldwide is the only Asian company to make it to the list of finalists. iMedia Connection events bring together major brands and their agencies with the online media community the world over. The magnitude of this competition is such that one not only competes with top online advertising agencies but also with the online divisions of the top offline advertising agencies from all over the world.

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