Xapads Media announces opening of its office in Singapore
This office will now cater to global clients of South-East Asian countries like Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines and Myanmar
Xapads Media, the leader in digital advertising network, announced the opening of its new office in Singapore. This office will now cater to global clients of South-East Asian countries like Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines and Myanmar. The home-grown digital advertising network’s expansion plan comes into effect after successfully creating a footprint in the Indian digital advertising industry. Recently Xapads had also started its operation from New York as well.
Initially a team of 5 members will be operating from its Singapore office and the company aims to generate at least $ 2 Million in the first quarter from its Singapore office. The company will utilize smarter audience targeting techniques, global reach, RTB compliance and programmatic ad exchange and offer the finest results for both advertisers and agencies in the global market
Speaking on the occasion, Nitin Gupta, Founder and CEO, Xapads Media, said, “With Xapads, we aim to take the digital advertising to the next level. With the change and evolution of modern technologies, small and medium entrepreneurs are doing everything to keep their business up. With our offering, we are helping advertisers to get engage in real time communication with their respective clients in order to reach out to the right consumer. Singapore is a big market in terms of digital advertising network and we intend to explore this market along with other neighboUring countries.”
Xapads Media offers its services in SEO, SMO and programmatic media buying and help companies achieve more engaging results. Some of the prestigious clients include being serviced by Xapads are Groupm, Publicis, Dentsu, Paytm, Mobikwik, Bigbasket, Mediamath, Apptv, Bidsopt, Rhythmone, Yeahmobi etc.
The overall Ad industry is growing at a rate of CAGR 15 per cent and will reach INR 99,595 Cr by 2020. Currently, the top digital spenders are E-Commerce, Telecom, BFSI, Media & Entertainment, and Consumer Durables.
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