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AdLift India spreads its wings with Mumbai base

17-January-2017
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AdLift India spreads its wings with Mumbai base

AdLift, a global digital marketing company, has started to lend its services through a new office in Mumbai. The Mumbai office will help AdLift achieve its target of global expansion beyond the US and across cities in India. This will also increase the head-count at AdLift offices worldwide for the fiscal year 2016-17. Apart from the new Mumbai office, AdLift operates from offices in San Francisco and Gurugram.

 

Speaking about the Mumbai office, Prashant Puri, co-founder and CEO, AdLift, said, “What is helping us stay rock solid in the market is our commitment to our partners. Our zeal to continuously improve and hire the best minds in the digital marketing space has helped us grow immensely. These past years, we have worked extensively in providing support to our BFSI clientele and expanding our footprint in that vertical. Opening an office in Mumbai is part of that growth story. At the same time, we will be working closely with the start-up ecosystem in Mumbai to provide digital marketing expertise that will help them grow with ROI in mind.” Puri added that a team that started out with just five members now includes 100+ employees worldwide, and that the company hopes to set up more offices in other parts of the globe soon.

 

AdLift has already made a mark in the digital marketing industry with a reputed clientele, which includes ICICI Lombard, HDFC ERGO, Naukri.com, PayPal, Quikr, Kent RO, Aakash Institute, CHD Developers, and OLX, to name a few. AdLift was named the eighth fastest growing mid-size company in 2013. 

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