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Our next phase will focus on going local and hyperlocal: Sanjay Trehan

20-August-2011
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Our next phase will focus on going local and hyperlocal: Sanjay Trehan

“We have a four-part strategy for MSN India. Our next phase will focus on going local and hyperlocal. We will be focusing on it when Bing comes in India, which is expected soon… We are looking to launch two or three more interesting projects by the end of this calendar year. They will be in the domain of astrology and other similar domains,” informs Sanjay Trehan, Head, MSN India. More

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