Independent integrated digital marketing agency White Rivers Media (WRM), headquartered in Mumbai, celebrated its 10-year anniversary on 7th August.
The agency marked its anniversary; announces a second location in Mumbai amid week-long celebrations.
WRM took a pit stop and looked back with gratitude for the journey so far and geared up for the future with a vision to create more impact and recognition on the global stage.
The agency that started with a team of 3 is today a family of over 350+ creative individuals. It has been on a hot streak of impactful, exciting results through its branding, strategy planning, and successful digital media campaigns.
From working closely with the likes of Netflix amongst others to working with the world’s leading influencers like Khaby Lame for his first-ever campaign in India, WRM’s journey has been a creative adventure.
“The 10-year milestone is good, but the 10-year journey was fantastic. The decade was full of compassion, creativity, and hard work. We are grateful to all our stakeholders who have been instrumental in this journey.”Shrenik Gandhi, Co-founder and CEO, White Rivers Media
In line with its vision of expansion, the agency also announced the opening of its second Mumbai office ‘Delta’ in Goregaon for clients, partners, and talent in the city’s western suburbs.
“After working on various industry-first campaigns and leading MarTech in the creative space to international influencer collaborations, we are now geared up to create more impact on a global scale,” said Mitesh Kothari, Co-founder and CCO, White Rivers Media.
About White Rivers Media:
White Rivers Media is one of the largest, independent digital advertising agencies, working with some of the country’s best entertainment, FinTech, FMCG, Web 3.0 brands and more. In 10 years, the agency has grown to a team of over 350. The agency has won more than 150 national and international accolades for their campaigns for Dream11, Sony TV’s Shark Tank India, and Hershey’s, among others. The agency is also acknowledged for its ‘Better World Initiative’, a not-for-profit endeavour that uses creativity for social good.
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