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Mediaedge:cia appointed media agency for Cox & Kings, account size pegged at Rs 12 cr

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Mediaedge:cia appointed media agency for Cox & Kings, account size pegged at Rs 12 cr

Close on the heels of appointing its creative partner, Cox & Kings has appointed Mediaedge:cia (MEC) as its media agency with effect from January 15, 2006. As was reported by exchange4media on Thursday, the new creative agency is Law & Kenneth. The total account size, including the new initiatives that the organisation is getting into, is pegged at Rs 12 crore.

Confirming the appointment, Peter Kerkar, Group CEO, Cox & Kings, said, “We are happy with the manner in which Mediaedge:cia approached our business and suggested media and non-mass media solutions. We look forward to their partnership in making a differentiated brand offering in the market place.”

Shubha George, Managing Director, Mediaedge:cia India, added, “The Cox & Kings win is the perfect start to 2006, coming on the heels of a highly successful 2005. Our philosophy of Active Engagement, delivering communication planning solutions that are completely consumer centric, has differentiated our offering to Cox & Kings. We look forward to working closely with Cox & Kings in the years ahead.”

The year 2005 saw MEC on a winning spree, with new business wins like HDFC Standard Life Insurance, Sony Ericsson, Bharat Petroleum, Henkel, Accenture, Honda Motors and Scooters India Ltd, and Xerox.


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