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Percept Bangalore gets a new address

23-February-2011
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Percept Bangalore gets a new address

Percept companies in Bangalore have got a new address, thus allowing various divisions of the agency to function under one roof. The 12,000 sq ft office will house PerceptH, PDM, Percept Out-of-Home, Percept Profile, Allied Media, Percept Knorigin and Percept Talent all in the same premise.

Commenting on the move, Harindra Singh, Vice Chairman and Managing Director, Percept Ltd, said, “We have been on the lookout for a new space for some time now as we wanted the Percept companies to come under one roof, which will bring in greater synergies amongst all our different service divisions, which can be felicitated by working from under one roof. We hope to reinforce our 360-degree offering and leverage it to Percept’s advantage.”

The office will seat about 150 people and has white color cubicles and cabins with black chairs and a silver corrugated ceiling, which gives it an avant garde look.

The new Percept Bangalore address is:
Percept House
No. 86, 4th floor, SS Commercial Zone, Nagavarpalya
CV Raman Nagar Post
Bangalore - 560 093
 

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