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Thirteen Indian agencies among Red Herring 100 Asia 2007 winners

03-September-2007
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Thirteen Indian agencies among Red Herring 100 Asia 2007 winners

Thirteen agencies from India have won at the Red Herring 100 Asia 2007 Awards. The awards are distributed based on both quantitative and qualitative criteria such as financial performance, technology innovation, quality of management, execution of strategy, and integration into the company’s ecosystem. A total of 100 winners were selected from a pool of more than 600 applicants based in 16 countries and regions including China, India, Japan, Singapore, Korea, Australia and Vietnam.

The Indian winners include Automotive Exchange; Cosmic Circuits; Gameshastra; Horizon InfoVentures; MeritTrac Services; NetAlter Software; PayMate India; Regalix; SatNav Technologies; SM Onyomo Infotech; Vembu; vJive; and, Worldviewer Dot Com India.

Joel Dreyfuss, Editor-in-Chief, Red Herring, said, “After a rigorous evaluation process, we're very happy with the winners we selected. There was a large pool to choose from and we're impressed by the calibre and innovative talent bursting from Asia's business and technology sector.”

The Red Herring magazine unveiled the winners of the awards at a gala ceremony during the Red Herring 100 Asia event in Hong Kong that took place from August 29-31. The names of the 100 announced winners, along with the 200 companies shortlisted as finalists for the Red Herring 100 Asia 2007, are available on their website.

Speakers on Red Herring 100 Asia include Richard Li, Chairman, PCCW; John Chen, Chairman, Sybase; Victor Koo, CEO, Youku.com, and former President of Sohu.com; James Ding, Chairman, AsiaInfo, John Hummelstad, Director-APAC, Microsoft Venture, and many others.

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