Span Comm gets empanelled for Directorate of Income Tax
By Our Corporate Bureau | 31 Jul 2003
New Delhi: Span Communications (www.spancommunications.com), one of the leading mid-sized agencies, has been empanelled for the Directorate of Income Tax (RSP and PR) for the financial year 2003-04.
The agency has identified the unique requirements of the government sector and has formulated a separate cell for managing government and public sector unit (PSU) advertising.
Apart from the Directorate of Income Tax, the agency manages accounts of many government organisations and PSUs including Indian Oil, the Delhi government, MTNL, Dolphin, Trump, LIC and MCD.
Says Span Communications CEO Naresh Kheterpal: "Our continuous success in the government and private sector is attributed to the combined effort of the entire Span Communications team."
Span Communications is one of India's leading mid-sized agencies. Conceived in 1997, the agency has maintained an impressive growth rate of 40 per cent per annum. Headquartered in New Delhi, Span Communications caters to clients all across India with branches in western and eastern regions.
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