Gozoop sets up SE Asia ops, hires MD for Singapore

02 Jul,2013

[updated]

By A Correspondent

 

Three-year-old cross-functional digital agency Gozoop has announced the geographical expansion of its business in Singapore. After successfully setting up in Dubai, the company has ventured into the lucrative South East Asian market will strengthen its position as a leading digital agency.

 

The operations in Singapore were established with the objective of tapping the growing potential of the digital market as well as cater to the agency’s clients. Some of them are Pong’s Laksa, Novamobili, Streetdirectory and Food4Blood Group. To lead the operations of the Singapore branch, Gozoop has brought on-board Valentina Sanna, who comes with cross-geographical experience of working with start-ups and digital companies.

Commenting about the development, Rohan Bhansali, CEO of the agency, said: “Gozoop’s endeavour is to build world class online presence for world-wide brands. International diversification is one of our long term strategies.” He further stated that working with different brands in different geographies has given them a rich cross cultural experience. This leap reinforces the fact that the agency does not rely on a singular market and is looking forward to build a universal footprint.

Speaking on the expansion, Ahmed Naqvi, Managing Director (India) and Co-Founder, Gozoop said, ‘Expansion of operations in other geographies was a conscious decision as our operations in Dubai took off exceptionally well. The South East Asian market brings immense opportunities and productive scope for business, and hence, it is vital to our international expansion plans. To manage the workforce and clientele in Singapore, we have brought Valentina Sanna in her current role as Managing Director.’

The digital media agency has rendered its services to brands like Mad Over Donuts, Rajdhani Thali, High Street Phoenix, Hakassan, Tim Hortons, Xpress Money, Cold Stone Creamery GCC, Kate Spade and Commercial Bank of Dubai to name a significant few.

 

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