The Minimalist reports onboarding 45+ new clients

26 Nov,2020

By A Correspondent


The Minimalist, a five-year-old creative solutions group company based out of Mumbai and having presence in Bengaluru and Delhi NCR, has reported onboardingn over 45 new clients during the past few months of the pandemic. The accounts, notes a communique, are a mix of retainers and projects with 12 of them being international clients based out of US, Singapore, Hong Kong and UAE. The clients The Hindu, Airtel, Hotstar, Tata AIG, Home Centre, Phoenix Group, The Indian Express, HDFC Ltd, Saint Gobain amongst others. It may be noted that MxMIndia has not verified this claim of account wins.


Chirag Gander

Said Chirag Gander, Co-Founder, The Minimalist: “The Darwin Project is a step ahead for us at The Minimalist, wherein we ensure our team is updated and abreast with all the digital happenings in the world, this supports our company’s vision to march towards digital evolution. All these initiatives and employee incentives is our way of thanking our team for being with us in these challenging times and motivating and boosting their morale. Their contribution towards various projects has set a benchmark in the industry and we look forward to continuing serving our clients in this manner.”


Sahil Vaidya

Added Sahil Vaidya, Co-Founder, The Minimalist: “Despite a challenging start to the fiscal year, I am extremely proud of how the leadership team at The Minimalist has demonstrated agility and customer focus to emerge stronger than before. With an addition of 45+ esteemed clients, we have managed to build a very strong suite of offerings in the digital space. That, combined with our signature provocative approach has driven the topmost brands to experience massive business impact in our projects, be it driving online business through digital product development (web/mobile apps) or scaling brand presence across channels. Covid-19 and Digitalisation have been big turning points for the industry and we’re well poised to rapidly scale up in the coming years.”



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