Big Trunk Communications bags digital mandate of Discovery Kids

Big Trunk Communications

Big Trunk Communications acquired digital duties for Discovery Kids channel in India. The business was won as part of a pitch against multiple digital agencies.

The mandate includes building brand awareness and strengthening the digital presence of the brand through strategy buildup, content creation, design and online reputation management across all social media platforms.

The mandate entails building brand awareness and strengthening the brand’s digital presence as a part of its digital duties by highlighting their existing and upcoming animated shows and building a strong digital community. Big Trunk Communications will be involved in the strategy, content creation and design across all Social Media platforms, along with Online Reputation Management.

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Speaking on the occasion, Issac John, Director – Marketing, Discovery Communications India, said, “We were looking for a partner that understands the dynamic digital landscape for Kids and who could translate our vision into reality. Big Trunk has the leverage in the industry to engage with the fan base extensively. What the Big Trunk team came up with was very disruptive, adding a new dimension to digital marketing in the current context as well as the future. It’s my pleasure to extend a cheerful welcome to the team.”

Here’s what Akhil Nair, Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder of Big Trunk Communications had to say about this achievement, “We are pleased to have won this opportunity, to be their official digital media and creative partners. Discovery Kids is a leading kids entertainment channel looking for strong digital play. We are committed to them delivering their business objectives. Our aim is to bring the best with our expertise which we have built over the last 5 years and look forward to creating successful digital campaigns for the brand that shall definitely result in a huge impact on the audience”.