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Digital marketing agency Envigo opens new office in Gurugram

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agency has opened a new office in the industrial and financial hub of in Haryana to achieve rapid growth and strengthen its presence. Envigo also announced the launching of an assortment of services in the field of digital marketing and technology.

The company asserted that the launch of a plethora of new services including videos, 3D animation, Business Intelligence, Voice Search, and User Experience Design will augment the agency's growth and widen its reach.

“Our relocation to Gurugram as well as our decision to offer a range of new services was a natural progression to the next level of our growth,” said Santosh Singh, Vice-President of digital marketing at Envigo.

“While moving to Gurugram will give us an opportunity to tap the area's high-tech talent pool, our new services will help us cater to a more diverse clientele. We are particularly excited to present our bespoke Business Intelligence tool and 3D animation services,” he added.

Envigo claims that digital marketing solutions have attracted several big names in the industry.  It has worked with newspapers like Deccan Herald and organizations like Randstad and Seawings.– Tech Observer

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