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Decomplex Marketing opens up to European & African markets

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Decomplex Marketing opens up to European & African markets

Keeping in line with the vision of becoming India’s acclaimed Creative Photoshoot team, Decomplex Marketing has opened an office in Amsterdam to cater to all European and African locations.

Decomplex already has teams in Bangkok and Dubai and has executed projects in these locations.

With its European presence, the team now strives to be a truly international production team.

“Our clients regularly asked us for photoshoots in Amsterdam, Paris and other European locations. As a team, we always look for operational efficiencies to give our clients the best turnaround time and cost. With our new presence, we can service the whole of Europe, South Africa, Morocco and other nearby locations,” said Varun Kapoor, Business Head, Decomplex Marketing.

Decomplex Marketing has tied up with 8 photographers and production houses in Europe and now can provide quick and extremely cost effective solutions for productions in Europe and Africa.

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