Aranca Expands Global Operations with a New Office in Gurgaon, India
Published on 11 Oct, 2013
The Gurgaon office will support Aranca’s sales and operations activities and augment the current teams in Mumbai
October 11, 2013, New York: Aranca, a leading provider of customized research and analytics services to global clients, has opened a new office in Gurgaon -- a part of National Capital Region expanding its global presence and support its wider expansion plans. This is the second office in India after Mumbai Global Delivery Center.
Aranca has already hired senior sales and business development executives to be based in Gurgaon and intends to hire around 30 additional professionals by March 2013. These would be a mix of sales and operations staff.
“Building and scaling a high-quality sales and operations teams is to key to our continued success as a business,” said Madhusudan Rajagopalan, Director India Operations, Aranca. “We decided on Gurgaon thanks to the availability of talent, quality of infrastructure as well as the excellent connectivity with Mumbai and international destinations. The talent will augment the current teams in our Mumbai office.”
Aranca offers customized research and analytics services to global clients. Founded in United Kingdom in 2003, Aranca has a global presence including in the United States, Europe and the Middle East. Over the years, Aranca has been able to repeatedly demonstrate its ability to deliver customized research with high quality standards and in a cost-effective manner. Whether it is for research around investments, financial markets, market dynamics, intellectual property or for valuation services, over 1700 clients globally value Aranca’s ability to provide actionable insights that facilitate decision making.
Talking about the Gurgaon office, Hemendra Aran, CEO, Aranca said, “This office marks an important milestone in our growth plans. It is the first move towards setting up a network of offices across the globe over the next few years.”
Aranca also has offices in Mumbai (India), London (United Kingdom) and New York and Palo Alto (The United States).