Tute Consult wins nationwide public relations duties for India Circus by Krsnaa Mehta

Komal Lath III_Photo by Alisha Vasudev_Web (1).jpgTute Consult Mumbai has won the public relations duties for India Circus by Krsnaa Mehta. The account was won following a multi-agency pitch.
The agency will manage the consumer and business led public relations as well as advocacy management for the brand. While the Mumbai office of the consultancy will be spearheading the relationship, the expanse of work will spread across India. Tute Consult will work closely with the team at India Circus to ensure seamless integration and delivery to create business impact.

Komal Lath, Founder, Tute Consult (pictured), said, "Over the years, Tute Consult has serviced a wide assortment of lifestyle and retail brands. We are excited to be on board with India Circus and we look forward to creating the right amplifiers for them. It is an exciting opportunity to work with a designer like Krsnaa Mehta. At Tute, we are always perceptive to new and innovative brands and partner for strategic support to brands who believe in the heritage of India."
Krsnaa Mehta, Founder and Design Director, India Circus added, "We are excited to bring passionate young energy into the fold. For me, my design philosophy translates in 'taking Indian contemporary to the world' and I believe that the Tute Consult team can align with our vision. We have worked with them earlier and are looking forward to strengthen the relationship. Tute, not only brings their expertise in media communication but also brings a deep understanding and acknowledgement of retail and mar-com thinking to the table."

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