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Consim Info too wins Red Herring Global 100 Award

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Consim Info too wins Red Herring Global 100 Award

Consim Info (formerly known as BharatMatrimony) has bagged the Red Herring Global 100 Award. Consim is the only consumer services Internet company in India to have won this prestigious award. It may be recalled that Mumbai-headquartered digital brand management firm Pinstorm has also won the Red Herring Global 100 Award this year.

The evaluation process was done on a quantitative and qualitative criterion such as financial performance, innovation, management, global strategy, and ecosystem integration. Also, the nomination was bestowed upon Consim for being one of the most innovative companies from a pool of 1,200.

Recently, Consim had also bagged the Red Herring 100 Asia Award in its very first participation.

On winning the Award, Murugavel Janakiraman, Founder and CEO, Consim Info, said, “This is one of our memorable business performances that we have achieved at the start of this year. Also, this mark of distinction has come from our 12 years of hard work and constructive planning. In the coming years, we will continue to pioneer newer technologies that will help our million members in making life’s critical decisions.”

Recently, Consim had launched over 300 community-based matrimonial sites under the umbrella Also, Consim’s leading matrimonial brand, BharatMatrimony, launched - an exclusive matrimony website for the super-rich, celebrities, royalty and the who's who of the society.

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