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LINOpinion adds 18 new clients to its kitty in first quarter of 2008

26-April-2008
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LINOpinion adds 18 new clients to its kitty in first quarter of 2008

LINOpinion has been having a good run this year, bagging 18 new clients and reporting a 40 per cent growth in the first quarter of 2008. The clients added to the agency’s kitty include Indian as well as global names, including from Dubai, Chicago and the UK.

Ameer Ismail, President, LINOpinion, and Member of the Executive Council, Lintas IMAG, said, “We offer our client partners strategic inputs and customised solutions rather than standard offerings. This has ensured our consistent growth without compromising on quality since our inception in 1994. Reflective of the current macro-economic boom and our deep, long-standing client relationships, we are set to surpass all expectations in 2008.”

The 18 clients recently bagged by LINOpinion include, JP Morgan AMC, GM Pens (Reynolds), Leading Brands of the World, Big Entertainment (ADAG), JNNURM, Baxter Healthcare, Saint Gobain, Anchor Toothpaste, UTVi, Wizcraft-IIFA 2008, Oriflame, C Krishniah Chetty Jewellers, Taurus Beverages, Aquasail, AAAI-GoaFest, Coal & Oil Group (Dubai), Underwriter’s Laboratories (Chicago), Promethean, and Radisson Resort & Spa Alibaug.

Kavita Lakhani, Vice-President, LINOpinion, said, “Over the years, LINOpinion has succeeded in building an enviable reputation as an industry trendsetter with a growing portfolio of blue-chip clients. Our work is spunky, breakthrough and impactful. It speaks for itself. Our people are well trained, motivated and focused. This is why we get the results that we do. This is also why the world’s most respected brands choose to retain us.”

LINOpinion claims to have a corporate culture that attracts the best people in industry. There is a commitment to build trust with the clients and the aim is to have long-term partnerships with the client.

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