Columbus India wins digital duties of Mankind Pharma's Gas-O-Fast to be handled out of Delhi

Anurag Gupta new.jpgColumbus India has been appointed as the digital agency for Gas-O-Fast, a product of Mankind Pharma. The account was won following a multi-agency pitch and will be handled out of the agency's Delhi office.

The assignment will involve using Columbus India's expertise in the digital ecosystem for managing Digital Media, SEO (Search Engine Optimization), SMO (Social Media Optimization), Website development and maintenance for Gas-O-Fast.

Joy Chatterjee, Asst. General Manager - Marketing, Gas-O-Fast said, "It gives us immense pleasure to partner with Columbus India as our digital social agency. This relationship will help Gas-O-Fast reach out to our potential users across the internet, thereby maximizing our reach and keeping our focus on the healthy lifestyle of our customers."
Nitin Sabharwal, Chief Business Officer, Columbus India added, "Getting our first brand from Mankind Pharma is very exciting and we look forward to deploying our complete creative suite of services allowing us to deliver high social engagement for the brand."

Anurag Gupta, CEO, Columbus India (pictured above) said, "It's a start to our relationship with Mankind Pharma who have placed their faith in us for their brand Gas-O-Fast. We look forward to making this relationship into a multi-brand and multi services engagement."

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