Inmarc geared to revolutionize advertising and marketing technology industry

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Inmarc marked seven years in the fields of advertising and marketing with the opening of its new office in Nugegoda Road, Pepiliyana. 
The importance of the occasion was emanated by the presence of the Chief Guest Finance State Minister Eran Wickramaratne, and the Guest of Honour, MP Harshana Rajakaruna, both of whom graced the occasion amidst their busy schedules. The occasion was also graced by the presence of several other distinguished guests, well-wishers and clients of Inmarc.
Inmarc delivers advertising and innovative integrated marcom solutions developed through an in-depth analysis of market trends and evolving consumer insights with a focus towards increasing brand value. Over the years Inmarc has managed to break barriers pertaining to traditional advertising by adopting technology and setting trends in the ad industry. Their industry leadership is well marked as the leading integrated advertising agency in the country. 
Uniqueness is an accolade that prime companies attain through years of service but this young company has managed to attain greatness in a short span of years. So it can be safely assumed that in the coming years Inmarc will continue to be the trendsetter in the industry. 
A dynamic management combined with an ecstatic creative and strategic team drives Inmarc, with some of the best brains in the industry. In the words of Inmarc Advertising Founder and Managing Director Dhanushka Fernando “We believe in offering viable solutions to our clients and building their business from grass-root levels. Our integrated approach has paved way for many brands to be successful and set the pace in their respective industries. In the corporate structure, it is easy to become a tad selfish but our motives and values promote an overall growth, which would eventually benefit the society and the country as a whole as we believe in sustainable growth. In future we want to open the doors to international markets and also focus on venturing into many fields apart from advertising.”

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