Media Mantra bags 15 accounts in last quarter

Media Mantra, the PR agency founded by Udit Pathak and Pooja Pathak, has witnessed a rise in its client acquisition in the last quarter of April, May, and June 2015. In the period the agency generated 15 clients in its new business. The list of clientele cuts across various business domains– from executive search, consulting, education, technology, and e-commerce.

“We are extremely pleased to be a partner of choice for these exciting brands across varied genres. We think, as a three-year-old startup communications agency, we have come a long way in creating a name for ourselves in a short span of time. Working for marquee brands like TCG Hamilton, Xavient Technologies, Impetus Technologies, Rural Agri India, Skylark Group, and many more in the portfolio has been a successful association, and we look forward to proactively keep providing them with the best communication consulting”, said Udit Pathak, Co-founder and Director of Media Mantra.

The agency is on an expansion spree with respect to doubling their head count in the next quarter and launching the digital wing to add to their existing portfolio of services. The digital marketing services will encompass social media marketing, content marketing, SEO, App and Web development, influencer marketing, and integrated campaigns with a strong focus on content development.

Pathak added, “We are planning to set up a new office in Gurgaon to run our digital marketing operations, full-swing. That way, our positioning will change from a traditional vanilla PR consulting firm to integrated communication consultants – providing full spectrum of communication advisory with the right synthesis of offline and online experiential campaigns for our clientele.”

Along the same lines, Pooja Pathak, the Co-founder of Media Mantra commented, “We are very excited with the new client portfolio – and cannot wait for how the next chapter of Media Mantra will unfold with the launch of the digital wing and client development.”

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