DViO Digital India wins creative and social duties for Gaana for the third consecutive year

Sowmya Iyer_CEO and Founder, DViO Digital_2.jpgGaana, one of India's leading music streaming platforms has aligned themselves with DViO Digital for the third year in a row. The account was won following a multi-agency pitch and DViO Digital came out the winner again. The agency will be involved in user engagement, retention, acquisition and content discovery at its core.

Additionally, DViO Digital will also be conducting large scale digital-first activations and engagement programs for brand loyalty with a focus on artists, occasions and new releases. Strengthening Gaana's market share in North and West India, along with growth in the South is one of the focal points for the next few months

CEO & Founder of DViO Digital, Sowmya Iyer (pictured) said, "DViO is continually associated with the leading brands in the industry such as the 'Star' entertainment group, Universal Music and Gaana.com and we are excited to strengthen and consolidate our position in the entertainment industry with our continued alliance with Gaana."
Manish Shrivastava , Vice President of Gaana commented on the alliance with DViO Digital, "We are pleased to keep DViO Digital on board for our creative and social duties. Their work for Gaana over the past three years has been par excellence and we can't wait to see what our renewed partnership bring us."

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