PNJXN, a Bengaluru-based boutique communications and marketing strategy agency has been awarded with the digital marketing portfolio of the Stok Palace Heritage Hotel, a 200-year-old palace of the Namgyal Dynasty that ruled over Ladakh for a thousand years from the perspective of brand building, storytelling and lead generation to increase sales.The agency will be in charge of the royal hotel’s whole digital marketing overhaul, including website makeover, SEO, SEM, and social media marketing from the perspective of brand building, storytelling and lead generation to increase sales.
Both the Stok Palace Heritage Hotel and Chulli Bagh Orchard Villas’ web portfolios will be managed by PNJXN. Talking about the partnership with PNJXN, Stok Palace Heritage Hotel’s owner Stanzin Namgyal said, “We have followed the work of PNJXN for a while and we think that the agency is the perfect fit for building the brand of Stok and Ladakh in its entirety. Their work with RARE India was enough testimony for the quality they offer. The detailed plan of action with a result-oriented approach even when it comes to storytelling impressed us enough to award the contract to them. We look forward to a long term and fruitful relationship.”
Expressing her excitement on bagging this prestigious account, PNJXN’s Founder & Chief Strategist Pooja Nataraj Suri said, “We are thrilled to be working with Stok Palace Heritage Hotel and the Namgyals. Stanzin is a wonderful client to work with, young and in harmony with the modern world while grounded in a rich heritage. Winning the contract for the Stok Palace is tantamount to winning the contract for Ladakh in our minds. Every interaction with the Namgyals leaves us in awe of how deep-rooted their connection to the land is!”
She added, “Stok Palace Heritage Hotel is a part of the RARE India Community of conscious luxury hotels in India and the subcontinent. Since PNJXN is a RARE India Synergy Partner and owing to our in-depth understanding of the responsible and sustainable tourism narrative and storytelling, it made us the natural choice as the Palace’s digital partner.”