Skateboard Media, has announced the addition of new clients to it’s portfolio. Skateboard Media bagged VideoTap, PARAS Group which includes Akai India & Energizer Global and Quasar Enviro. Skateboard Media also expands it’s Consumer Vertical by adding Radisson Noida, Cityfurnish.com and Vajor.com to their client list. The consultancy also bagged the French marketing brand Comexposium Group that has 3 prestigious events including ad:tech, one of the world’s largest event organisers.
Co-founder, Manas Mrinal said, “This is an important year for us and we are looking at growing multi-fold in terms of client portfolio and people. We are glad to have expanded our portfolio not only in tech space but also consumer vertical and most happy to work with such great people on the other side.”
Video Tap is an ‘Interactive Smart Video’ Ecosystem that delivers Dynamic Personalized Interactive Videos on Demand to consumers and is a disruptive product and we are very excited to be a part of this disruption. Comexposium Group is one of the world’s leading event organizers and some of their properties include ad:tech, iMedia and MMS. City Furnish is another interesting concept in the e-commerce domain that offers premium furniture on rent at an accessible price range. In the lifestyle sector In the hospitality sector, Skateboard Media has also acquired the prestigious Radisson Noida and in consumer tech space the PARAS Group who have brought Enregizer Global and Akai to India.
Skateboard Media co-founder, Shailaja Rao said, “Skateboard Media has strong proficiency and experience in Electronics, IT, Hospitality, Lifestyle and Consumer Goods industry. We are on a growth trajectory and to ensure smooth operation we are very pleased that Amit Verma has joined us as Head of Operations & Client Servicing. Having Amit on board is critical at this stage of our growth as quality delivery across clients is our single most priority.
Skateboard also announced that Amit Verma joins Skateboard Media after having worked with leading MNCs and servicing some of the biggest brands in the industry.