- Film producer Karim Morani surrenders in rape case
- Ryan school murder case: CBI team reaches school, starts probe
- Karti closed many foreign accounts, shifted money: CBI
- Pakistan shells border posts, hamlets in J&K; BSF jawans among 7 injured
- Sushma Swaraj raises issue of terrorism, H1-B with US Secretary of State
Milestone Brandcom launches creative agency Milestone Dentsu
MUMBAI: Mileston Brandcom, part of Dentsu Aegis Network, has launched a new creative agency, Milestone Dentsu.
Milestone Dentsu will be in charge of handling the Japanese multi-national’s leading business portfolio. The newly formed creative agency has bagged the creative mandate for Panasonic India’s refrigerator, microwave and water purifier business. The creative duties were handed over to Milestone Dentsu, following a multi-agency pitch.
Milestone Brandcom CEO and managing director Nabendu Bhattacharyya stated, “We are delighted to win a prestigious creative account like Panasonic. We enjoy working on global brands with such diverse portfolio as they challenge our true potential. We have put up a strong ATL Team while we foray into creative services at Milestone Dentsu.”
Panasonic India head of brand & marketing communications Sarthak Seth said, “We were looking out for a youthful and progressive partner who could deliver fresh perspectives in terms of planning and creative execution to help us keep pace with the changing trends. We found that partner in Milestone Dentsu. Their approach was fresh and creative, outstanding. We are looking forward to this association and hope that it goes a long way.”
The business will be handled out of Milestone’s Delhi branch with country head Ujjwal Anand and national creative director Mayank Khattar as the brand custodian. The duo said, “We, as a unit, believe in cutting edge idea centric solutions to the business need. Our win goes out to prove just that. We are excited to win this business and are all set to do some path breaking work, meeting Panasonic’s business expectations in the coming year.”