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Liqvd Asia appoints Saurabh Gupta to head its new office in Delhi NCR

11-August-2015
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Liqvd Asia appoints Saurabh Gupta to head its new office in Delhi NCR

Liqvd Asia, the empirical multi-ethnic marketing company, today announced that it will be setting up its office at Gurgaon in Delhi NCR. The agency also announced the appointment of Saurabh Gupta as the Business Head for operations.
Gupta has been entrusted with the responsibility to provide holistic digital solutions for all clients of Liqvd Asia in the region.
In his recent past he was in charge of the digital wing of Allied Media Corp and brings with him sizeable experience in digital media operations.

Arnab Mitra, Managing Director, Liqvd Asia said, “We’re thrilled to welcome Saurabh on board. Saurabh’s immense experience in the space and progressive approach to innovation aligns perfectly with our business plans. We are sure he is the right person for our commitments to our clients in the region.”
On his new responsibilities, Saurabh Gupta commented, “Liqvd Asia has been on an assertive and progressive path and I would only love to contribute my bit to its growth exploring the constantly evolving in the digital landscape. I strongly believe that with its culture and leadership one cannot but eagerly look forward to a tremendous learning experience.”

Gupta comes to Liqvd with over 12 years of experience with firms like Wipro, Lakshya Consulting, Games2win India, Zapak Digital Entertainment (part of Reliance ADA Group) and Allied Media Corp. His expertise lies in digital media brand solutions, online and mobile gaming, VAS, digital activation and online publishing. 

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