Following the opening of several new offices in Europe last year, we are delighted to announce that we have opened our first office in the Indian sub-continent.
The operation, based in Mumbai, is led by Sanjeev Mehta, a brand and retail marketing specialist. Well-connected and known for his retail design and sales and marketing operations expertise, Sanjeev has worked for many multinationals such as Cadbury’s, Eastman Kodak Co and Unilever India.
The move marks an important milestone in our strategic development and sets it firmly en route to meeting its objective to continue to extend its global reach, particularly in Asia.
Our India office is already open for business, supporting international clients with a global rebrand that involves brand audits of all sites, from New Delhi to Chennai. The India operation will also support cluster countries like Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and the Maldives.
With strong brand growth across all sectors* and GDP at more than 7% last year**, there is clearly significant demand for professional brand management services in India. We will be offering our full suite of services, from brand strategy through to implementation across all brand touch points, including signage, digital, transportation, graphics and corporate wear.
“For more than ten years, we have been delivering client projects globally, including India. Historically we managed the Indian market through our Asia hub in Hong Kong and our European hubs in Amsterdam and London. The new office consolidates and strengthens our on-the-ground presence. It also gives us incredible market insights.”
Please contact Sanjeev Mehta direct on +91 98 9240 0777 or email him on firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like an informal chat about how we can help to grow, deliver and maximise your brand in the Indian subcontinent.
“It is a privilege to be part of the GLIMMA organisation globally. The brand expertise that GLIMMA offers, coupled with our existing footprint in the Indian market, really does make us stand out as the number one force to be reckoned with when it comes to branding projects.”