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Anchor Panasonic appoints DDB MudraMax for its MICE event Dealers Meet in Australia

12-June-2014
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Anchor Panasonic appoints DDB MudraMax for its MICE event Dealers Meet in Australia

Anchor Panasonic has appointed DDB MudraMax as its agency to execute its MICE event Dealers Meet in Sydney, Australia on 12th June 2014.

An agency pitch was undertaken on 30th April 2014, and saw participation from two other leading event management agencies GPJ & Team Rustic. An event brief was shared with the agencies in April 2014 and was given three weeks to present their thematic, creative & execution plan. After several rounds of rigorous evaluation of all the proposals, DDB MudraMax was chosen as the preferred partner by Anchor Panasonic.

Commenting on the announcement,  Lalit Malhotra, DGM, Anchor by Panasonic said, “We are pleased to appoint DDB MudraMax as our partner for the event. The team has been proactively working alongside us right from the conception stage. They bring with them lots of passion and significant expertise and I’m sure the gala night event will be a grand success.”

Mandeep Malhotra, President, DDB MudraMax OOH, Experiential and Retail, said, “I’m extremely happy to be partnering with Anchor Panasonic and helping the team in developing the thematic communication, experience, design, logistics and execution. We love creating unique ideas and experiences for our clients and the team at Anchor Panasonic encouraged us to do so. The team comprising of Aneil Deepak, Alvin Dsouza, Arpan Jain, Siddhika Bhandari, Deepak Chaturvedi & Amit Dubey are excited to be working on the brand and look forward to a long term relationship with them.

This will be the second consecutive international event that DDB MudraMax will be planning and executing for Anchor Panasonic & its dealers.

Tags Anchor Panasonic DDB MudraMax GPJ Team Rustic Lalit Malhotra Mandeep Malhotra

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