QYOU Media (TSXV: QYOU) continues to nail down massive brand names as its flagship channel, The Q India, sees its ratings continue to soar. The company this morning announced that it has secured Procter and Gamble as its latest advertising client.
Also known as P&G, the firm is the second largest consumer products company globally, with leading global brands Tide and Oral-B set to begin advertising on The Q immediately. The company currently is one of the largest and fastest growing CPG firms within the country, with 13 leading brands under its banner within India.
The major advertising client follows numerous recent global names that have joined the company, including Unilever, Pepsi, Amazon, Britannia, and more. Leading global brands continue to flock to the firm as a result of the explosion in ratings experienced over the last several weeks, with last week recording a new rating high of 53 GRP.
“We continue to fire on all cylinders right now. It feels like every week we have several major announcements including this past week with our GRP all time high ratings mark of 53 and our exciting and important acquisition of one of India’s leading influencer marketing companies, Chtrbox. Adding P&G to our incredible list of new advertisers continues to prove that our hard work and perseverance is paying off and we are all focused on taking this momentum to greater and greater levels of success.”Curt Marvis, CEO of QYOU Media
QYOU Media last traded at $0.38 on the TSX Venture.
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