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A Few Companies We’ve worked with

Our Content Syndicate team members have quite some experience between them – in fact, we’ve literally got decades of accumulated word IQ that we’d like to offer your business.

Our work for clients ranges from writing a news-worthy press release for a PR agency; supporting progressive HR professionals with retention & training tools; offering exclusive stories to publishing firms; helping create an exciting coffee table book for a property developer; insightful market research for a leading FMCG company; creating a user friendly multi-lingual website for a telecom operator; technical writing for an IT company; working with an advertising agency to create enticing marketing collateral; helping a consultancy firm create case studies and whitepapers.

The list goes on…We’re proud to have worked on high profile projects for a few companies such as:
The Times of India
Indiatimes is the most popular Internet and mobile value-added services destination for the global Indian. Covering everything from art to airlines, Indiatimes is taking the digital age into people’s lives, influencing the way they live and respond to changing times, work and transact. In a short span, we have created multiple relationships with millions to users.
The Hindu
The Hindu, started in 1878 as a weekly, became a daily in 1889 andfrom then on has been steadily growing to the current circulation of

around 14,53,405 copies and a readership of about 4.06 million.

In Today
INDIA TODAY was launched in 1975. And in just a few years, it became the leading newsmagazine in the country. Now, with editions in five languages, it has become the most widely read publication in India’a position it has held for over a decade with a
circulation of 1.1 million every week and a readership of more than 15 million.
From a family-owned, one-paper company, MiD DAY has grown into a full-fledged, multiple-media conglomerate listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange and the National Stock Exchange that includes Radio One, Inqualab (Urdu), Quam, as well as Gujarati Mid Day along with it’s flagship publication – MiD DAY. It is one of the few Indian media groups to go public.
Find Info, Share Reviews, Get Deals! MetroMela is all about that and much more. As a city-centric website, it will help you find relevant local information, give you a platform to share your views and experiences, and help you benefit from the best deals running in town.
ITP was founded in 1987, publishing Arabian Computer News, the Middle East’s pioneering computer magazine. Today ITP’s business is made up of six operational divisions: ITP Business Publishing, ITP Consumer Publishing, ITP Customer Publishing, ITP Digital Publishing, ITP Executive Publishing and ITP Lifestyle Publishing.
Anandabazar Patrika first appeared on March 13, 1922 — the day of Holi, as an evening daily, printed in red ink. It was a four-pager, priced at two paise and had a first-day circulation of a thousand copies. The newspaper’s red ink led to the contemporary English daily, The Englishman terming it a ‘danger signal’. With its unshakeable patriotic stance, it soon became very popular.