Creativeland Asia wins Transsion Holdings' branding and communications business in India

Sajan Raj Kurup, Founder & Creative Chairman, Creativeland Asia Group.jpgTranssion Holdings has recently assigned its creative duties to Creativeland Asia. A leading player in the mobile industry, Transsion Holdings is best-known in emerging markets for its brands Tecno, itel, Infinix and Spice. Creativeland will be responsible for the branding and communications mandate for Transsion across these four brands as well as its accessories brand Oraimo in India.

Gaurav Tikoo, SVP Marketing, Transsion Holdings, India said, "Transsion Holdings has long term plans for the Indian market and we increasingly want to work with partners who can live our vision and help fuel growth. Creativeland Asia understood our philosophy and the kind of impact we want to create in this highly competitive market. We look forward to working with its team to create clutter-breaking campaigns and to fortify the brand recall for all our brands."

Sajan Raj Kurup, Founder and Creative Chairman, Creativeland Asia Group (pictured) said, "Creativeland welcomes the brands from Transsion Holdings. A strong win for us yet again in the Delhi NCR market. With a lot of sound learning from the past, I look forward to a strong new innings in this extremely competitive category."
Rana Barua, Chief Executive Officer, Creativeland Asia Group said, "Our strength as an integrated unit and the ability to take a leap with our creative power, efficacy and agility has shown us a great result. As part of the pitch process, we were up against some of the sizeable networks of the country & it proves the point yet again - that CLA is truly ahead of the curve on solutions. Transsion Holdings is a prestigious group and we look forward to partnering them on all the brands."

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