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FoxyMoron flags off Bangalore branch

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FoxyMoron flags off Bangalore branch

Digital marketing agency- FoxyMoron has opened up a new office in Bangalore. With its strong presence in Mumbai and Gurgaon, the agency has now flagged off a new branch in the IT hub of India. The Bangalore office will offer a suite of digital marketing services to meet the needs of this evolving market.

Suveer Bajaj, Co-founder and Director, Media Operations, FoxyMoron said, “With a thriving industry scenario as well as advancing media and technology in Bangalore, it was a logical step for us to open an office here. We have been serving a couple of Bangalore based clients out of our Mumbai office and felt that the city can open up many more doors for us. With a gamut of exciting opportunities that Bangalore offers, we’re looking forward to expanding our client base here and at the same time building our own capabilities. We’ve also started putting together a robust team in place and have set the ball rolling.”

SAB Miller is one of the key Bangalore based accounts that has been with FoxyMoron for about four years now and is being handled by the Mumbai office.

The digital marketing and media solutions agency first set up shop in Mumbai in 2008 and extended its footprint to Gurgaon in 2013.

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