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Manhattan Digital expands operations to Toronto

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Manhattan Digital expands operations to Toronto

Manhattan Digital, the digital arm of Manhattan Communications, has opened an office for its digital business in Toronto.

Shantonu Aditya, Co-Promoter and Director, Manhattan Communications said, “Our Toronto office was so far focussing on the traditional media and activation business. However, with the explosive growth in the digital business for us across the globe, we have decided to transfer one of our senior digital team members to Canada.”

Mansi Shah, Senior Manager - Business Development and Client Servicing, is being transferred to the Toronto office in May. She shall focus on the local business from Canada and coordinate with the Publishing, Search and Social teams based in Mumbai.

Manhattan Digital offers digital services including digital strategy, media services, search, social media, creative services, Web and App development. It services over 100 clients globally from offices in New York, London, Toronto, Mumbai, Kolkata and Delhi. It also has a representative set-up in Goa.

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