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Kenscio beefs up India operations

08-May-2012
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Kenscio beefs up India operations

Kenscio Digital Marketing has expanded its operations in the country with larger facilities in New Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore. These bigger facilities will meet the increasing customer demand and support the rapidly evolving market in India, which is expected to grow to Rs 250 crore in the next two years.

As part of this expansion plan, Hemal Patel, Director, Data Services has joined Kenscio’s Mumbai operations.

Commenting on the development, Manjunatha KG, Co-Founder and CEO, Kenscio Digital said, “This expansion represents the next phase in Kenscio’s growth strategy and reflects our thriving business and financial performance.

Kenscio is looking to double its headcount by 2015. Since its inception three years ago, the company claims to have increased its client portfolio by 10 times and its email volume by 15 times to reach 200 million plus business emails every month.

Founded by Manjunatha KG, Ragy Thomas, Saurav Patnaik and Sunny Saxena, Kenscio is a leading provider of digital direct marketing solutions and services.

 

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