Glad U Came wins communications mandate for Tarbull

Glad U Came PR

Glad U Came will work on the integrated communication strategies for Tarbull with an advanced PR outlook to increase their brand awareness and reach.

Glad U Came has won the PR Mandate for Tarbull. The account was won following a multi-agency pitch. Its scope of work includes building a strategic framework by establishing the brand’s core values that define it globally. 


Commenting on the appointment, the Founder of Tarbull Dinkar Pathak said, “We aim to make Tarbull the most sought out brand in the Audio technology space. Our brand ethos of “Made of More” exists because we believe that the consumers deserve more. We aim to disrupt the market by launching ‘First to the World’ & ‘Industry leading’ products across categories. Glad U Came is a young vibrant team, driven by passion, out-of-the-box thinking, and strong relationships. We are excited to partner with them on our journey.”

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On the partnership, Maddie Amrutkar, Founder of Glad U Came said, “We are thrilled to be collaborating with Tarbull as their lineup of innovative products surely promises to disrupt existing value propositions in the audio space. We hope to achieve path-breaking results by implementing our integrated communication program that includes strategic media and influencer engagements, and building an influential community for the brand.”

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A storyteller and a narrator by heart, vocalist by genes and a thesaurus-bee. Also, an explorer, traveler, and trekker, Aishwarrya has myriads of interests with love for music and movies. Writing is not just a hobby but her first love with a Facebook page on perspectives, channelizing the passion. Got her research paper published with IGI Global US on music. A maverick by nature and a feminist by choice, to challenge stereotypes.

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