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Jasubhai Digital Media launches business content services

21-November-2002
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Jasubhai Digital Media launches business content services

The technology media group, Jasubhai Digital Media, has launched its content services division - "Type I - Content Services for Business". It is going to focus on four key areas of custom content solutions - eLearning, corporate communication, interactive kiosk solutions and customized technology content.

The TypeI, www.typei.com, located in New Bombay has been creating content solutions for a number of clients in India and Singapore. The company has claimed that initial efforts in exploring opportunities in the US, Australia and Europe are very encouraging, and the division plans to significantly step-up marketing activity in these markets shortly.

The organizations world over are increasingly resorting to customized content solutions for their communication and training needs. The customized content solutions are today a $27 billion business globally and one of the fastest growing industry segments worldwide. Jasubhai Digital Media has been into development of content creation and management expertise across platforms - print, video, web and multimedia.

Maulik Jasubhai, Executive Director, Jasubhai Digital Media says, "Poised at the cross hairs of technology and communication, the launch of TypeI content services division is one more step in fulfilling our commitment to creating world class content solutions for individuals and organizations worldwide". Jasubhai Digital Media has alliances with global companies such as CMP Media, USA; Future Publishing, UK and a joint venture with ZDNet.com.

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