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New media consultancy firm Gemini New Media Ventures launched

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New media consultancy firm Gemini New Media Ventures launched

A new media consultancy and incubation firm, Gemini New Media Ventures ( officially announced its launch today with a strong focus on offering business strategy & infrastructural support to new-media companies.

Founded and spearheaded by Deep Malhotra, who is an ex-Googler and MySpace India director, this new-media consultancy and incubation firm aims to bridge the gaps for native and international companies, who are looking at setting up operations in India.

Gemini New Media Ventures will offer a range of specialist services for its clients which comprise of key verticals like market strategy, revenue strategy, digital marketing, core team recruitment, mergers and acquisitions by partnering with industry experts. It will be chaired and monitored by prominent industry stalwarts as mentors and headed by Deep Malhotra, Founder & Managing Partner, Gemini New Media Ventures will support clients in creating and unleashing the power of new media to achieve their business objectives.

The incubation centre will operate as a backbone for its startup company clients by offering real estate support and business strategy assistance, converting the idea into a profit making business, attracting investments for further growth and sustenance.

Announcing the launch of Gemini New Ventures, Deep Malhotra, Founder & Managing Partner, said “I am delighted to announce the launch of this exciting venture. Gemini New Ventures is a one-stop shop for new-media startups that will offer key resources which are critical for a successful launch. We will also provide consultancy services, using our rich experience and network in the industry. We are currently consulting with various companies and will be opening entries for the first batch of incubation soon.”

“We think India’s new media business potential has been under utilized due to lack of resources offered in the early stages for a startup. We have the potential to create the next new media billion dollar company if nurtured well”, added Malhotra.

Indian economy is growing, lot of youngsters and professionals are now more willing to jump in the growth wagon and establish themselves. There is an opportunities and financing options available for the ambitious individuals to establish a start-up. An incubation centers like Gemini New Media Ventures will not only encourage this growth but also make sure start-ups are more established and self reliant.

The last date of receiving the applications for Gemini Incubate, as highlighted on the company website, is 17th September 2011.



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