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Mavcomm Consulting bags communication mandate for DLF Group

19-July-2008
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Mavcomm Consulting bags communication mandate for DLF Group

Mavcomm Consulting has been appointed to handle the communications requirement of the entire DLF Group. The DLF group is a real estate developer in India. The core business of the real estate major traditionally has been three prime divisions – homes, offices and shopping malls. To these, DLF has added three more divisions – hotels, infrastructure and SEZs.

T Anand Mahesh, Director, Mavcomm Consulting Pvt Ltd, said, “Amongst other brands, we have been closely associated with India’s biggest real estate company DLF Ltd for some time now. We have been working closely on aligning their internal communications requirement. We have recently also started managing their external communications requirements, including their PR efforts. We focus on creating and managing strong brand identities and garnering excellent visibility for our clients.”

Mavcomm is aimed at fueling turnarounds, establishing competitive differentiation and creating strategic messages that pique positive attitudinal change among the target audience.

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