Digital Quotient launches operations in Mumbai and Singapore
With more than 200 million internet users in India and 42% of the world internet users in Asia, Digital Quotient plans to leverage its expertise to help marketers and brands reach out to these digital consumers.
Digital Quotient leverages its data driven approach to strategize and execute innovative solutions across Social Media, Mobile, Videosand Data Analytics.
Vinish Kathuria, Chief Operating Officer, Digital Quotient said, "While we have been working with Mumbai and South Asia clients in past, increasing importance of Digital Marketing in business strategy made us decide to be closer to our customers and help them charter their digital journey. We plan to leverage our technology platforms and innovation attitude to continue on the mission of ensuring maximum impact and ROI for our clients and partners.”
Vinish added, “Our financial strength and revenue growth in excess of 50% quarter over quarter also makes this the most appropriate time to grow.We plan to be in 5-6 new locations by 2015 and target an increase in revenue by over 100% in coming two years.We see a strong demand from FMCG, Financial Services, Entertainment and Travel & Tourism in these markets.”
The Mumbai operations will be headed by Girish Mahajan, Head-Strategy and Operations, Digital Quotient.
Commenting on the launch, Girish Mahajan says, “Indians have superseded their global counterparts when it comes to mobile video sharing. As per the market statistics, 65% of Indians share their videos through mobile as compared to 53% globally. We see a strong Video + Mobile + Social play in immediate future. We are confident that the marketing intelligence derived from our technologically-fueled products will leverage the above phenomenon for driving maximum impact across social, mobile, web and videos.”
Some of the leading brands Digital Quotient has worked with include Cleartrip, Indigo Airlines, Tropicana, Mountain Dew, GSK,Nestle, Dabur, McDonalds,Yepme, Hyundai, PVR Cinemas, Karbonn Mobiles, Hindustan Times, CenturyPly and Monsanto.