Social Kinnect, a full-service digital marketing agency based in Mumbai, has announced its foray into the Delhi NCR region.
After 6 successful years of operations in Mumbai, having achieved significant scale and an employee strength of 175, Social Kinnect Delhi is the first step towards achieving national reach.
The presence of several national and international conglomerates in the region, coupled with its distinct style and culture made the Delhi NCR region as the apt choice for expansion. With an aim to deepening relationships and providing superior services to clients in the Capital City, Social Kinnect has enthusiastically embarked on operations.
Rohan Mehta, CEO, Social Kinnect, on launching operations in Delhi said, “The Delhi NCR region is of key importance to the company’s expansion plans. We have taken the first step of geographically expanding our base and are all geared up to serving a diverse set of clients within the region. The top management of the company will be keenly involved in ensuring that the right talent is recruited and seamless processes are put in place.
ITC Wills Lifestyle marks the beginning of #KinnectDilli and is an extremely important addition in the agency’s kitty. Social Kinnect will handle the entire gamut of digital for Wills Lifestyle.
Synonymous with quality and elegance, Wills Lifestyle is a premium lifestyle wardrobe brand for both women and men. Continuing to meet sophisticated fashion tastes and characterized by innovative offerings and an impressive product portfolio, Wills Lifestyle offers a delightful shopping experience that’s perfect for the discerning consumer.
On winning the account, Rohan Mehta, CEO, Social Kinnect said, “We are extremely excited to work with the ITC Group. Wills Lifestyle is a brand that’s passionately receptive to new ideas and innovations. Our experience in the fashion and lifestyle industry will help us crack digital strategies that are instrumental in influencing the buying behaviour of its audience. We look forward to having a direct and definitive impact on business.”