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RainMan Consulting expands its operations to Singapore

22-January-2014
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RainMan Consulting expands its operations to Singapore

RainMan Consulting, a Bangalore-based marketing analytics company, has ventured into Singapore. The incorporation process got over on January 14, 2014, following which the company commenced its Singapore operations. RainMan Consulting is in the process of hiring senior officials for its Singapore operations.

V Balu and Manoj Tadepalli will oversee the RainMan Consulting Asia business as Directors.

Commenting on the development, V Balu, Director, RainMan Consulting said, “Singapore being the hub of Asia, we will be able to service our clients across Asia more efficiently if we are present in this market. Also, presence in Singapore has been a strategic expansion plan since the time we started RainMan India in September 2009. We see opportunities in the SEA and North Asia regions, and presence in Singapore will help us to accelerate the growth of RainMan as a group.”

RainMan has been working with marketers across segments such as FMCG, consumer durables, automotive, and insurance, among others. The company works on customised solutions and consulting assignments.

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