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Street Talk: Jumpstarts pan-India operations

By VJ Media Bureau - July 04, 2014

The agency has set out to provide integrated OOH, BTL and Design solutions and services to an array of clients across all markets

Street Talk Connect Private Limited is born out of the idea to focus on the conversation which can accelerate or act as a catalyst between the consumer and the brand happening out-of-home. The agency has a centralised process-driven professional team to give strategic solutions for the brand campaigns to achieve a tangible result needed for establishing a brand campaign. 
 
The media specialist agency, co-founded by Naveen Paul and Kaushik Chakravorty (KC), is headquartered in Mumbai with 7 hub offices and 19 operational offices.

"Our vision is to be that one agency that offers services that are relevant, and also to be known for the commitment and professionalism of our people, our product offerings and our process compliances,” says Chakravorty.

"With an array of experiences, both on the client side as well as the agency side, I had a clear understanding of the need gaps and so our objective is to bridge the gaps and work with the clients to give result-driven and tangible fulfilments. We are extremely happy with the invitations and the inclusive conversations that we are having with some very reputed brands, some of whom have appointed us as their agency partner,” added Paul.

The agency is trying to establish several collaborations with digital technology providers as well to make the campaigns more engaging and impactful.

"Having the support of our well wishers, including some of our best friends being from the media owning fraternity, clients from various verticals like NBFC's, Apparel, FMCG, Real Estate etc. and former colleagues warms our heart and encourages us to create an organisation that has happy colleagues and happy clients and they have been receptive so far. We want people to look forward to Monday mornings as much as we want them to celebrate on Friday evenings,” signs off Chakravorty
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