January 26, 2021 9:37 pm

bags deal to manage Konica Minolta social media platform

Digital Marketing firm iCubesWire said that it has bagged the social media mandate for Japanese technology company, Konica Minolta.

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firm said that it has bagged the social media mandate for Japanese technology company, . The agency will be responsible for managing the social media channels, social campaigns, media spends & ORM of the company.

Konica Minolta is a manufacturer of business & industrial imaging products and has opted for iCubesWire’s solutions. Through the campaign, iCubesWire will be offering its performance marketing services and its artificial intelligence enabled products, Instatalk & Delta.

Sanjay Monga, Dy. General Manager – Sales Planning & Communication, Konica Minolta, says, “We are keen to intensify our digital presence in the Indian market and want the rate of engagement to inflate further. iCubesWire displayed just the right farsighted approach and a profound understanding of the digital domain. Their distinct strategies clubbed with remarkable creativity caught our attention and we look forward to soaring greater heights in the digital sphere.”

Shipra Atrya, Manager Digital Marketing & Corporate Communications for Konica Minolta India, says, “We look forward to a distinct start with iCubesWire and are certain that the partnership will garner desired results thereby elevating the brand presence further. The impact of the state-of-the-art ideas will surely be interesting to witness.”

Speaking on the win, Founder & CEO of iCubesWire, Sahil Chopra, said, “We are excited to have added Konica Minolta in the list of our esteemed clientele. It is a phenomenal win for us and we are ardent to put our best foot forward that engages the customers and elevates the digital presence of the brand. Our team is geared up to present path-breaking ideas and strategies which will accomplish the requisite of the brand.”

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