Madison Public Relations, a unit of Madison World, has recently signed on a slew of new clients from diverse verticals – healthcare: Apollo Hospitals - Bangalore, a tertiary care flagship unit of the Apollo Hospitals group; infrastructure: Indian Society of Heating, Refrigerating, (ISHRAE) and JK Cement; food: Godrej Tyson, which has brands such as Real Good Chicken and Real Good Yummiez; and lifestyle: Carat Lane, India’s first and largest online diamond and diamond jewelry portal.
Commenting on the new wins, Veena Gidwani, CEO, Madison PR, said, “We are delighted to sign on these new businesses in our different offices and are looking forward to creating interesting and impactful campaigns for them across the country.”
Madison Public Relations’ client portfolio includes Procter & Gamble, Café Coffee Day, Levis, Britannia, Fastrack, Godrej Appliances, Godrej Locks, Godrej Interio, and Elecon Engineering, among others. Madison PR has offices in Mumbai, Pune, Delhi and Bangalore and offers the entire repertoire of image management services, including research and media training.
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