Lowe Lintas announces merger with PointNine Lintas

11 Jan,2019

By A Correspondent

 

Amer Jaleel & Virat Tandon

MullenLowe Lintas Group has announced the merger of its omni-channel agency, PointNine Lintas, with its creative agency, Lowe Lintas.

 

Said Virat Tandon, Group CEO, MullenLowe Lintas Group: “With PointNine Lintas, we’ve grown a new, future-facing strain and now it’s time to graft it into Lowe Lintas, which is already India’s best. Having seen the PointNine offering and skills develop very closely, and being familiar with the position that Lowe already commands, I am super excited about this move and am confident that this is a big leap forward for us. Our promise for clients with this merger is that in the increasingly fragmented and fast-evolving communications landscape, we will now be able to seamlessly extract more power from our big ideas. Lowe Lintas’ new Hyper-bundled offering means that our clients no longer have to settle for the fractured solutions of the past.”

 

The services that Lowe Lintas will now offer includes digital marketing and transformation, public relations, reputation management, activation, experiential & shopper marketing, and media planning & buying. The PR, Media and Experiential divisions of the group, GolinOpinion, Lintas Mediahub and LinEngage respectively, would continue to offer their services to their clients, while collaborating with Lowe Lintas.

 

Speaking about the merger, Amer Jaleel, Group CCO and Chairman, MullenLowe Lintas Group added: “We are looking at a future where a lot of very carefully designed and yet differing messages will aggregate to form a stereographic brand picture in the head. We see this emerging need as very challenging and exciting. Our omni-channel incubation PointNine Lintas is now fully ready and positioned to understand these complex brand needs and it’s time to unleash it across the breadth of our vast brand portfolio”.

 

The merger is effective immediately and the leadership teams of both agencies are working on operationalising the merged structure.

 

 

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