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Logicserve Digital expands its Delhi operations

21-December-2017
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Logicserve Digital expands its Delhi operations

Logicserve Digital, the Indian media agency arm of Logicserve Group, has started its new office in Gurgaon to strengthen their presence in the country. The office has begun local operations and will cater to the clients in North India.

Commenting on the development, Prasad Shejale, Co-Founder & CEO, Logicserve Digital, said, “We are now geared up to take on new challenges and expand our presence and operations across the country. North, as a market, is huge and presents a plethora of opportunities for traditional, new and evolving businesses. With this move, we now bring both our Consulting and Media Solutions business across a bigger landscape. Our move to start our new office here has come at the right time considering our existing clientele and the increasing conversations we are having here.”

Rupak Ved, COO, Logicserve Digital, said, “We entered India a few years back and our presence in Mumbai helped us grow rapidly over the last few years. With a diverse portfolio of brands across verticals, be it BFSI, Consumer Durables, Ecommerce and Real Estate, we have been evolving and providing unique services to our clients. With our media services doing well, we are now building a consulting division and couldn’t think of a better time to expand geographically. This move will help us have undivided focus and expand our wings. Our process driven approach gives us an edge of managing things well for our partners.”

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