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iGenero opens office in Mumbai

10-May-2016
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iGenero opens office in Mumbai

iGenero, the Hyderabad based services agency specialising in building web and mobile products and digital strategies has announced the opening of its office in Mumbai. This will be the company’s third branch, the other two being in the IT cities of Hyderabad and Bangalore.

The news comes shortly after Manveer Singh Malhi, online brand strategist joined iGenero as a partner.

Aditya Gupta, Co-Founder, iGenero said, “We had clients from all over the country. Widening our base to the Mumbai is delightful because it gives us a prospect to offer endless opportunity for businesses. iGenero has been doing a lot of core tech & design work with clients across the globe. With our expertise in technology and Manveer's know-how of the digital space, we believe we can offer much more comprehensive and robust solutions to clients.”

Malhi added, “Brands these days are open to experimenting in the digital space. With our strong technological solutions and digital expertise, we are extremely confident in delivering innovative and sustainable initiatives which will help brands not only to connect and engage with their customers but also retain them thereby improving the ROI of the brands in the online space.”

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