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Nucleus wins MediaCom PR mandate

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Nucleus wins MediaCom PR mandate

MediaCom has awarded Nucleus its PR mandate, in India, after a competitive multi-agency pitch.

Nucleus PR is an 8-year-old firm that handles clients across verticals. The company has added clients like iD Fresh Foods Pvt Ltd, Winjit Technologies Pvt Ltd and Qikwell Technologies in the last couple of months.

Commenting on the win, Tarunjeet Rattan, Managing Partner, Nucleus said, “We are delighted to work with MediaCom. The team brings to the table insights that aim to showcase the expertise of the client with innovative ideas and consistent performance. We look forward to doing some great work on the account.”

Remarking on the same, Debraj Tripathy, Managing Director, MediaCom said, “Nucleus fits our PR requirements seamlessly. The young team brings in fresh ideas along with seasoned industry experience that will strategically enhance our media presence through a well thought out plan. We look forward to working with them.”


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