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Langoor opens new office in Mumbai, continues with APAC expansion

Langoor opens new office in Mumbai, continues with APAC expansion

Author | exchange4media News Service | Wednesday, Feb 01,2017 8:20 AM

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Langoor opens new office in Mumbai, continues with APAC expansion

Langoor, the full service digital-first agency, has announced the opening of its office in Mumbai, their first in the western part of the country, as they increase their service offerings to clients in the region. After a firm foothold in Sydney, Australia, Hong Kong, Melbourne, Singapore, Dubai, Ahmedabad and Bengaluru, this creatively adept team is all set to launch in Mumbai to strengthen its network amongst APAC clients. Based in Vikhroli, they will service MoneyGram’s India business from Mumbai. They will also service a wave of new client wins in the near future as the team continues to strengthen its growth in the Indian market.

Commenting on the arrival in Mumbai, Venugopal Ganganna, CEO, Langoor, said, “With the addition of Mumbai to our list of cities on offer, we look forward to bring our creative strategies to the exciting market. By setting up our offices in business and trade hubs in India, our digital offering will further be strengthened. The strong team set up in Mumbai will help us achieve just that. We see more opportunities in India as it is one of the fastest growing markets for us.”

The growth also means more heavyweights join them at the head table. Yash Bhatia will be heading the position of Account Director at Langoor's Mumbai office. Bhatia comes with over 8 years of experience, with a strong background in digital media buying at the likes of Isobar, Mindshare and Starcom.

Commenting on the new role, Bhatia said, “Langoor is growing quite fast and the opportunity of joining in their new Mumbai operation was really exciting. I am really looking forward to being part of this journey.”

Pursuing aggressive growth across US, UK and APAC regions, Langoor continues to evaluate their growth opportunities in and out of India.

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